Concordia has a small stock in Riccione in the Rimini area, one in Rome and Nepi in the Viterbo area, one in Abruzzo in Giulianova in Teramo, in Popoli and Pescara in the Pescara area and in Pratola Peligna in the province of L'Aquila, and one in Bari and Gallipoli in the Lecce area. Concordi and Concordio are absolutely rare and both from central Italy, they should derive from the late Latin name Concordius, Concordia, we recall Sanctus Concordius of Spoleto, martyr of the second century: "Concordius quia in se concordiam habuerit virtutum expulsa discordia vitiorum, vel Concordius quasi cum corpore dius, id est deus, quia existens in corpore deus et beatus fuit. ".
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