Today, the poet from the Hora of Arbereshes in Sicily, Nicholas Brankati, who was separated from life on July 24, 1741, was commemorated. He held high religious studies and served as a priest in his homeland. He has adapted and traced religious songs, and has written some original poems, among them, some even with a secular motif. Brankatil’s poems, left in handwriting, were published by Arbereshan scholars in the 19th and 20th centuries. They are distinguished for the lyricism, fluency and versatility of the verse, for pure and worked language.