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TATINI | TATINO

Tatini is typical of the Florentine, of Florence, Pontassieve, Rignano Sull'arno and Bagno a Ripoli, Tatino, almost unique, is from the Neapolitan, should derive from a hypochoral form of the Latin nomen Tatius, derived from the Greek Tatios, remember the king of the Sabines Titus Tatius , of the use of these forms we have an example in the Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum: ".. Adjunxerat se etiam nostrorum castris quidam graecus, Tatinus nomine, Imperatoris familiaris admodum, vir nequam et perfidus, nares eurocratic mutilas in Signum mindset Perversae. HIC ex Imperial jussion, Nostris ducem viae ad ampliorem cautelam postulantibus, designatus fuerat dux Itineris et comes futurus.

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


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