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Varone is very widespread in the area that includes the Roman, the Latinense, the Frusinate, the Iserniese, the Casertano, the Neapolitan and the Salerno, with a strain also in the Bari and in Calabria, in the Reggino, Vantiano and Catanzaro, Varoni, absolutely very rare, It would seem due to archaic transcription errors of the previous or the surname Varroni, that has a strain in Modena, Spilamberto and Vignola, and one in Terracina in Latinense, Varrone has a Piedmontese strain in Turin and Cuneo and one between Romano, Latinense, Caserta , Beneventan and Neapolitan, should derive from the Latin cognomen Varro, Varronis (Varrone), we recall by way of example Gaius Terentius Varrone, the Consul defeated by the Carthaginians to reeds in 216 BCE: "... Quingentesimo and Quadragesimo anno anno a topped urbe L. Aemilius Paulus P. Terentius Varro contra hannibalem mittuntur fabioque succedunt, qui abiens ambo consules monuit, UT hannibalem, callidum et inpatientem ducem, not aliter vincerent, quam proelium differed. Verum, Inpatientia Varronis consulis contradicente haughty consule.. ",

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

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