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Vellotta, practically unique, would be a Molisano, Vellotti, quite rare, has a log in the Neapolitan, in Naples and Torre del Greco, and one in the Leccese, Vellotto, almost unique, is of the area Casertano, Neapolitan, Velotta, very rare, has a stump in Baranello and Campobasso In the Campobassano and one in Naples, Velotti has a strain in the Roman at Civitavecchia and in Rome and a much more consistent one in Naples, mainly, but also in Casalnuovo di Napoli, Herculaneum, Nola, Volla, San Giorgio a Cremano and Torre del Greco, Velotto is specific to Naples, where it is very widespread, could derive from the medieval name Veloctus, a Rinaldus de Velocto is mentioned in a testament of 1200, or by the name French Velotte, quoted in an act of 1277, where we find a Jean de Velotte, or the Betacistica form of Of medieval names such as Bellus and Bella.