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TRIGILI | TRIGILIA | TRIGILIO

Typically Sicilian, Trigili is typical of Buccheri in Syracuse and Palermo, Trigilia is Syracuse, with a strain also to victory in the Ragusano, Trigilio is of Syracuse, Augusta and Syracuse, should derive from the ancient name of a bay, Trigilos, the Great Port of Syracuse, at the time of Dionysus, traces of these cognitisations are found in the early 1600 in graffiti in the monastery of St. Anthony located in the Egyptian desert, where the Fra Bernardo later quoted spent his time writing his name on the walls and To carve it on the beams of the balustrades of the Church:

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


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