Brunetta has an important nucleus between the province of Pordenone and that of Treviso, with a strain, probably autochthonous, in Carpignano Salentino (LE), Brunetti is absolutely Panitalian, Brunetto has a nucleus in Turin, one in Villafranca Di Verona (VR), one in Rialto (SV) and various stocks in Sicily, all derive from the name Brunetto, Brunetta of which we have an example in the famous, notary and judge of the Guelph party, Brunetto Latini (~ 1220 - 1294), who was guide of Dante Alighieri and which was quoted by him in the XIVth canto of the Inferno: "..." Are you here, ser Brunetto? "- And those:" O my son, do not you mind - if Brunetto Latino a little with you - he returns' n behind and let the track go. "...".
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