Liverotti, very rare, would appear to be in the area between Macerata and Ascoli, of Pollenza and Colmurano in the Macerata area and Massa Fermana in the Piceno in particular, should derive from the medieval name Liverotto (Leprotto), of which we have an example of use in the Ascoli with Liverotto da Fermo, quoted by Niccolò Machiavelli in his Del mode held by the Duke Valentino ...: "... Having made this agreement, Guidubaldo, Duke of Urbino again fled and returned to Vinegia, having first ruined all the fortresses of that it was because he confided in the populace that he did not want those fortresses which he did not believe to be able to defend, and the enemy occupied and through those held in check his friends, but the duke Valentino, made this convention, having left all his people for all the Romagna with the men of arms of Monaco, at the exit of November they departed from Imola and went to Cesena, where they spent many days practicing with mandates de 'Vitegli and Orsini, who were with their gen you in the duchy of Urbino, what a new enterprise you had to do. And having concluded nothing, Liverotto da Fermo was sent to offer them that if he wanted to do the 'business of Tuscany, which they were to do it; when not, they would go to Sinigaglia's conquest. To which the duke replied that in Tuscany he did not want to wage war, to be his and Florentines friends, but that he was happy that he was going to Sinigaglia.
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