||Re: Angelo-Saxon to Italian forms
||Sean Foglai (guest, 188.8.131.52)
||July 14, 2004 at 8:21:35 AM
||Angelo-Saxon to Italian forms by Parker
I would think that the connection would be common Germanic roots. After the fall of the Roman empire (and even before) many Germanic populations were beginning to move into the Italian peninsula, particularly in the north. And of course, real Anglo-Saxon names are Germanic in origin.
More often however, Latin roots have given rise to surnames in Northern Europe than the reverse ...
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