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Vanna, absolutely rare, has a small strain in Verona and one in the Bari, Vannel seems typically Apulian, Barletta in the Bari in particular, Fasano in Brindisi and Lucera and Foggia in the Foggiano, Vannetta is practically unique, Vannetti, Decidedly Tuscan has a stump in Florence and the province and one in Colle di Val d'elsa (SI), Vanni is typical of Tuscany, but is present throughout the center of Italy and eastern Liguria, Vannicelli, very rare, has a strain between Perugino and Rieti and one in Rome , Vannini is more specifically Tuscan and Emiliano, Vannino almost unique is probably due to errors of transcription, Vannucchi is typically Tuscan, particularly concentrated in the area that includes the Lucchese, the Pistoiese, the Prato and the Florentine, Vannucci is also Tuscan, with a non-secondary strain in Rimini, Vannuccini, less common, is typical of the area between Aretino and Senese, Vannuzzi is also specific to the Sienese and Florentine, all derive directly or through hypochoral modifications, From the apheresis of the name Jeanne, or John. A principle of these cognitive we have in the second half of 1300 with the Sienese painter Francesco di Vannuccio, we remember then the famous Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci called the Perugino (1445-1523) Natico of Città della Pieve (PG).

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

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