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Rasa has a Veneto strain in Venice and Rocca Pietore and San Tommaso Agordino in Belluno and one in Sicily at Altofonte and Palermo in Palermo and Catania, Rasi is present in leopard scrub in the north, in the Forlivese and in the Roman, Rasin is virtually unique , and seems to be due to a mistake of transcription of rasini that, very rare, seems Lombardo, especially the Mantovano and Milanese, Rasino, very very rare, has a small strain in Turin and one in Neapolitan, satin is widespread in northern Italy Western, in Lazio, in Campania, in the Barese, in Calabria and in Sicily, they should derive from the medieval name Rasa, Rasus of which we have an example in Lodi in 1178 in the Ordinamentum, laudamentum et decretum parium curiae episcopalis, or from its hypochoristic: "... Et Petrus de Meleto et Guidottus Malbertus et Malsperonus Soricus et Lafrancus de Palatino et Martinus de Patherno et Iohannes Denarius et presbyer de Salarano et Rasus de Rainoldis et Ardericus de Merlin et Martinus de la Contesa... ", in some cases they could also Derive from ancient names of localities, like the one quoted in a paper investiture Controversy et data of 1180 to Velate in Milan: "Anno Belle Incarnacionis Milleximo Centeximo octuageximo, quintodecimo die mensis lullii, Indicione Tertiadecima. And his Manu Tenebat dominates Biriana relicta quondam loterii de bugniela de loco vellate, a consu guillielmoti filii on de eadem loco vellate, Investivit et a present die et now dedit in manu Domini presbyeri uberti Ecclesie sancte Marie de Monte vellate, ad partem eiusdem Ecclesie, registered de tota illa terra de la Rasa, que fuit de galiate, de territorio de Castibenno