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The name Ersilia was given to only 10 baby girls born in Italy in 2018.
Ersilia Caetani-Lovatelli (12 October 1840 – 22 December 1925) was an Italian art historian, cultural historian and archaeologist. Ersilia's work focused on Roman life, including ancient Roman dress, inscriptions, traditions, private life, and poetry. She wrote about archaeological field techniques and philology.
Ersilia Cavedagni, the Italian anarcha-feminist, bore this name.
Italian pronunciation:

Eyhr-Zee-Lee-Ah

"Er" equals "Air," nearly, consider "Aye," with an added "E" and "R": Eyhr. "Si" is said as "See," or otherwise "Zee" when spoken. Stress "I." Again for "Li" stress your "I." "A" is as in "Father," "Aw."

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