In an Italian marriage record (form type) there are sometimes TWO dates. The top line gives one and the line that begins with
Avanti di mi gives another date. Which is the actual marriage date th top one or the one below it?
In general, there are at 2 dates for an Italian Civil Record. The first date refers to the record being created by the event being reported. Avente di me = appeared before me. One or more persons appear in the correct office and they report an event.
Then the event details follow. So typically the second date is then the actual event date.
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Normally in a multiple date situation you choose the later (more recent) one except for births. But I’ll tag @Dellory Matthews in case there is a unique Italian Marriage convention for this form.
I see that the snip with the icon has an hourglass instead. There's a horizontal toolbar in the upper left of the indexing screen. The 3rd icon from the right will help you share a batch. Or you can just copy the URL.
Or the information in brackets after the batch name.
Example: Italia (Antenati Italiani), Lecce—Stato Civile, 1901–1941 [Parte C][M34N-GF7]
M34N-GF7 is the share batch code.