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Fagiana, almost unique, is Sicilian, Fagianella, practically unique, is from the Marche, Fagianelli, almost unique, it would appear to be from central-southern Italy, Fagiani has a stock in the Bergamo area, in Sorisole, Almenno San Salvatore, Almenno San Bartolomeo and Brembate di Sopra, and a strain in the central belt that includes the Piceno, Umbria and Lazio, Montegiorgio, Falerone, Sant'Elpidio a Mare, Fermo and Monte Urano in the Ascoli area, Gubbio and Perugia in the Perugia area and Terni in Umbria and Rome and Anguillara Sabazia in Roman and Rieti, Fagiano has a stock in Turin, presences in the Neapolitan dialect and a small stock in the Brindisi area, they should derive, directly or through hypocorisms, from the medieval name Fagianus, Fagiana, or from names of localities such as, by way of example only we cite from a writing of the year 768: ".. qualiter ab Anspert et Guandilpert prepositorum ipsius cells fuit directa uel possession, tam in ipso loco Classicelle uel ubi ipse Anspert casas habuit, leuatas et terras; seu et aliam cell am in finibus Ueterbensium, in loco qui dicitur Fagianus, cum omnibus suis pertinentiis in integrum, qualiter ab Anselm de Ueterbo et Aimone son-in-law eius fuit possessa .. ".
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