Venanzi is specific to the central fascia comprising the Anconetano, the Perugino, the Ternano, the Viterbo and the Roman with significant strains also in the nearby Abruzzo, Venanzini, very very rare, has a strain in the Pesaro and one in the Roman, Venanzio has a strain to Sorrento and Massa Lubrense in Naples and one in Bagheria (PA), Venanzone seems to be unique, Venanzoni has a Marche and a Roman strain, derive all directly or through hypochoristic from the Latin name Venantius, name with the meaning of Hunter, brought For example by Venanzio Fortunato (ca. 530-ca. 600) Poet of Valdobbiadene (TV) who became Bishop of Poitiers, (from Wikipedia): "Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (natus Ravennae Inter annum p.C.n. 530 et 540) erat poet here for Europam ad Septentriones Vergentem Totam, a scripsit poemata Praeclarissima ad Deum laudandum and ad res sua aetate gestas commemorandas. ".
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