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Facci is typical of Trento and Trentino, of Verona, of Verona, Castel d'Azzano, San Giovanni Lupatoto and Buttapietra, of Vicenza, of Schio, Santorso, Valleys of Pasubio, Marano Vicentino and Thiene, of Farra di Soligo in Trevisano and of Grantorto in the Paduan area, Faccio seems to have two stocks, one in the western Veneto and borders of the province of Brescia, the other in Piedmont, Faccione and Facione, almost unique, they would seem to be frusinate and Neapolitan, Faccioni is from Verona, from Verona, Roverchiara, San Pietro di Morubio, Legnago, Isola Rizza, Angiari and Cerea, with a stock also in Civitanova Marche in the Macerata area, Faci is practically unique, Facioni is typically Lazio from the Romans, from Rome, Roccagiovine and Tivoli, they should derive, directly or through accretives, from the apheresis of the name Bonifacio.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/

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