ⓘ Carlotto (name)

                                     

ⓘ Carlotto (name)

Carlotto is an Italian surname first found in Milan. Notable people with this name include the following:

  • Massimo Carlotto born 1956, Italian writer and playwright.
  • Carlotto, a referent for Johann Carl Loth baptized 1632 – 1698, German painter.
  • Florecia Carlotto born 1988, Argentine volleyball player.
  • Estela de Carlotto born 1930, Argentine human rights activist.
  • Laura Carlotto 1955 – 1978, Argentinian revolutionary.
  • Florencia Carlotto born 1988, Argentine volleyball player.
                                     
  • Enriqueta Estela Barnes de Carlotto Buenos Aires, born 22 October 1930 is an Argentine human rights activist and president of the association of Grandmothers
  • Estela De Carlotto February 21, 1955 August 24, 1978 was an Argentinian revolutionary. She was born in La Plata, Argentina to Estela de Carlotto and Guido
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  • Italian rower Carletto, character in 1974 Italian film, All Screwed Up Page titles beginning with Carletto Page titles containing Carletto Carlotto name
  • professor, politician, and statesman Page titles beginning with Carl Otto Page titles containing Carl Otto Carloto Carlotta name Carlotto name Karl Otto
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  • who spent most of his life in Venice. His name is also rendered as Johann Karl, Karel and, in Italy, Carlotto or Carlo Lotti. He specialized in history
  • Carlotto 2004. Estratigrafia y evolucion paleogena del area de Llalli - Macari Departamento de Puno SGP 5. 111 - 119. Accessed 2017 - 06 - 05. Carlotto
  • project for Ethiopia. In 1986, Favia and Carlotto gave life to a spin - off of the band, originally named Carlotto e Cucciolo già Dik Dik or simply Dik
  • the life of Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo leader Estela Barnes de Carlotto whose testimony the elder Gil Lavedra took as part of the Trial of the