Caiani has a stock in the Milanese, one in the Florentine and Arezzo and one in the Latin, Caiano has a stock in the Asti area, one in the Pescara and one in the Neapolitan, they should derive from names of places such as Caiano (AR) (TE), Plans of Caiano (RM), Poggio a Caiano (PO), or from other possessions of a Caius whose Latin name would have been Fundus Caianus, but it is also possible that they derive from the Latin name Caianus, often attributed to freedmen of a Caius, of which we have an example in the Chronicon Cabionis: "... Sed hoc petentem ante tribunal Italici milites trucidarunt. Hic exitus perfidiae fuit Ruffini. Post Ruffini mortem et alius dux Gotticus et Arianus nominations Caianus, seditionem adversus Arcadium movit, in qua manifestis miraculis Deus ostendit se urbem Constantinopolin et Arcadium protexisse. .. ".
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