Italian names

Shuttleworth, Christine
October 2006
Indexer;Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, pC15
Academic Journal
The article discusses Italian personal names and the standard practices of indexing by surname. The author addresses the distinctions between modern usage and the medieval and renaissance forms, as well as nobility and religious titles.


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