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Tarantini has a stump in the Piceno, one in the Teatino, one in Rome, but the main strain is in Puglia, in Bari, Tarantino, Brindisi and Leccese, Tarantino is widespread throughout the South, Tarentini is specific to Manduria in Tarantino, Tarentino, almost unique, is probably Due to a transcription error, both Terentini and Terentino are almost unique and should be altered forms of the precedents, all derive from the ethnic of Taranto in its modern form Tarantino or in its archaic medieval form tarentinus, of this use We have an example in "Heraclides Tarentinus fuit illustris medicus qui Alexandriae Magnae vixit. ... ", or even in the Church of San Nicola in Bari, where he is quoted Stefanus Tarantinus one of the sailors who in 1087 kidnapped the relics of St. Nicholas, traces of this surname are found in Naples in 1600 with Carolus Tarantinus

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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