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If your ancestor was educated in the universities of Italy, he or she may have been recorded in the matriculation records of that school.
These records may contain valuable information about your ancestor such as his or her name, age, hometown, and date of enrollment or graduation. Sometimes the records contain biographical information including names of parents, spouse, and children.
The Family History Library does not have any Italian school records. The original records (and any published versions) may have been kept by the university. In some areas, local or provincial archives may have these records.
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