The Turk is typically Sicilian, from Messina, Taormina, Messina, Letojanni and Giardini Naxos, with significant presence also in Catania, it derives from the medieval name Turcus derived from the Turkish ethnic (see TURKS), the prefix Lo is to be considered as an indicator of respect, meaning that we are referring to a particular and important Turkish.
Turks is widespread in Emilia, Tuscany, Marche, with a non-secondary strain in the Chietino and in the province of Rome, Turci is specific to Emilia and Romagna with nuclei in the Modena and in the Forlivese, Turkish is specific to southern Italy, Turcone is absolutely very rare, Turconi is Typical of the provinces of Varese, Como and Milan, derive from the name Turcus derived from the ethnic Turk, of which we have an example in the diplomatic code of medieval Lombardy under the year 1176 where in one act we read: "... Ego Turcus here Dicor de Lomatio, Notarius sacri palatii, hoc exemplum ab authentic Exemplavi... "But they are also meant to mean a non-Christian, Muslim or Saracen origin, can also be originated from behavioral characteristics of the ancestor, trace of This cognitive development we find in Frattamaggiore (NA) in a script of 1708 reads: "... To Horace Turk D. Venti and for it to count Nicola melancholic and are to the fulfillment of D. Two hundred for the framework made to the beginning of the venerable Church of the Holy Spirit of the Land of St. Antimo... ". Integrazionie provided by Ezio Simini The Turkish family is a noble family of Verona, which has risen to great importance since 1400. The coat of arms is also reproduced among the heraldic coats of arms in the lodges of the University of Padua, in fact a Turk studied there and graduated
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