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Tiera, almost unique, would feel Calabrian, Tieri has a stump in Pescara and in the Teatino ad Atessa, Tornareccio, Casalbordino and Lanciano, a strain in Coreno Ausonio in Frusinate and in Rome and one in Naples and San Giorgio a Cremano, and one in Corigliano Calabro (CS), Tiero , absolutely rare, is precisely Castelforte (LT), should all derive from the apheresis of names such as medieval Altieri or Gualtiero, of this use we have an example in the Fragmenta historiae pisanae Ludovici Antonii Muratorii: "... Then of Little ninth, intending the archbishop, and tell them the heads of the Ghibellines, which brigade had gone to the Bridge of the Thorn, and had with his infantry took Iscafe to want to put in MBE Tieri from Bientina, who had come well with a thousand inanti homini of the count....

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

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