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Campesan, very rare, is typically Venetian, from the Vicenza area, Padua, Campesano, practically unique, should be due to a transcription error of the previous one, Campisani, absolutely extremely rare, is Panitalian, Campisano has a stock in Rome, one Calabrese between Catanzaro and Valentiano and one Sicilian in the Catania area, they should all derive, directly or through dialectal modifications, from the term Campisano, now fallen into disuse, used to define agricultural workers, but the Venetian stocks could also derive from the toponym Campese in Vicenza .
Typical Calabrian, from the area of Filadelfia (VV) and Falerna (CZ), it has perhaps not a secondary stock in Rome, it should derive from the term campesanus (inhabitant of rural areas).