ⓘ Cariddi

                                     

ⓘ Cariddi

The Caridi family surname is believed to have its roots deep into antiquity. Julius Caesar refers to the Caridi family in his Commentaries’. However the name, which in Greek is Karideus/Karidis, existed in ancient times because its root can be traced back to the Myceneans like so: Ka-Ri-Se-U

More recent data on the Caridi family is provided by Mugnos Renaissance genealogist 1. He noted that there were some men, i.e. not only the one mentioned by Julius Caesar that the name, i.e. they were already a family with ancestors and descendants. According to Mugnos, they deserve attention in the Italian Chiari, and this suggests that they were high-level officials and significant standing in order to be important enough to be mentioned by Julius Caesar. Family in General, is likely a member of the ancient Roman nobility, which his sons to send in the army to become military leaders, was customary at the time.

After the fall of the Roman Empire, these families survived in the Middle ages c700-1200AD perhaps under papal rule in Rome. It is possible that branches of this family lived in the Byzantine lands.

                                     
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