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Marchet is typical of Feltre in the Belluno area, Marchetta is present as a leopard in the south with a small stock in Rome and in the Piacenza area, Marchetti is widespread in the central north, with a possible stock also in Puglia, Marchettini has a small stock in Piacenza and in San Secondo Parmense, one in Prato and Florence, one in Narni and Terni in the Terni area, and one in Magliano Sabina in the Rieti area and in Rome, Marchetto, also very widespread, is more properly Venetian, from the provinces of Vicenza, Padua, Treviso and Friuli, Marchi is widespread throughout the north, Marchini is from the Lombardy region of Emilia, Marco, present as a leopard spot throughout Italy, has a stock in Turin and one in the Gorizia area, Marcon is typically Venetian, Marconcini has a in the Verona area and in the nearby area of Mantua and Vicenza and a Tuscan stock, especially in Pisa and Florence, with good presences also in the Livorno area, and in the Arezzo area, Marcone is typical of the mainland and Liguria, Marconi around the northern center, it is typically Marcotti Emilia, Piacenza, Parma and Piacenza Cortemaggiore, Monticelli d`Ongina and Cadeo. All these surnames derive, directly or through hypochoristic, even composite, from the Latin praenomen Marcus or from its medieval derivatives such as Marchettus of which we have an example with the composer and music theorist Marchettus Paduanus (1270-1335). Traces of this surname can be found, for example, in Milan in the deeds of 1630 concerning the PROCESSUS CRIMINALIS CONTRA DON JOANNEM GÆTANUM DE PADILLA et ceteros impinctos de aspersione facta Mediolani Pestiferous ointments: "... Respondit, I have seen him practicing with him a Gio. Battista Marchetto , and a small Spaniard dressed in baretino, young, who came to look for him where he worked, particularly once came to the Carobio, and another to S. Simone, what then he said them I do not know, because he drew it in part, and he spoke to them .... ".
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