Toli, absolutely rare, is of the area between Viterbo and Ternano, Tolin is Veneto, of the area that includes the Padua and the Venetian, Tolini, almost unique, is from the northwest, Tolino is definitely Campano, Neapolitan, Salerno and Avellinese, Tolo, really Very rare, it has a small log in Verona and one in Campobassese, all these surnames should derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from the apheresis of medieval names as Bertolus, Fantolus or from their hypochoristic as for example Fantolinus of which We have a quotation in the Italian antiquities of Ludovico Antonio Muratori where we can read: "... In the archive of San Zeno of Verona there is an instrument of 1178, written while Grimerio Viscount Piacentino was podestà of that city. These words are read: Ante ipsum (Grimerium) Domnus Gerardus Abbas Sancti Zenonis ostendit chartam Quandam, in qua Continebatur, Domnum Ratoldum quondam venerabilem Episcopum Veronensem, Commutationis CEP Accepisse AB Excellamorpipino Lombardorum Rege, ex jure Regio, Curtem UNAM in Finibus Veronensis, que appellatur Manticus, ec. Ego Fantolinus Notarius Domini Welfonis Ducis, et ab Emperor Frederico confirmatus Postea... ".
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