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Rossetti and Rossi are absolutely pan-Italian, Rossettini is specific to the Vicentino, especially of Arzignano, Rossin, typical of the north, is mainly Veneto, Rossini is more typical of the Northern center, with a strain even in the Puglie, Rossino has a strain Piedmont, in the area that includes the Turin especially, but also the Asti, the Vercellese and the Alexandrian, has a strain in the Potentino and one in the Iglesiente, red is decidedly pan-Italian, even if the maximum concentration we find in Piedmont and in Tre Venezie, the origin of all these surnames, both direct and through hypocoristic also complex, is to be considered linked to the characteristic of the colouring of the hair or the complexion of the original family, already in the Romans this characteristic It had originated the cognomen Latino Rossius, in some cases one can also hypothesize a direct derivation, or through hypochoral forms, even dialectal, from this cognomen, brought perhaps by the ancestor. The diffusion of red hair in the pre-Roman Celtic populations was remarkable and also in the Latins we find many characters with the hair of this color, one for all the famous Silla, that of the famous antagonism with the Pluriconsole Romano Mario.