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Viapiana has a strain between Mantovano and Veronese, one at Oria in the Brindisi and one in Catanzaro and in Catanzaro, Viapiano is typically Apulian, of Cassano delle Murge in Bari and Taranto, Viappiani is Emiliano, of Reggio Emilia, Bibbiano, Castelnovo ne ' Monti and Montecchio Emilia in Reggiano and Parma, should derive from alterations of the medieval name Vulpianus, of which we have an example of use in this medieval script: ".. Praesidis nomen est general, eo quod omnes provintias regentes praesides appellantur ". Insanis, Immo magis blown est insania, etsi vulpianus te Heal Conaretur. Nam praesides provinciarum Idem erant here Procuratores, our name is Comprobabo.. ", which means cunning (like a fox), cunning, but in some cases may also derive from toponyms such as Via Piana present for example in the Teatino, in the Forlivese, Villapiana in the Cosentino.

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


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