Caldara, in addition to the Milanese, Bergamasco, has one in the Bari area and one in the Palermo area, Caldarelli is specific to central-southern Italy, the Marche, Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Caserta and Naples, Caldari is specific to the area that includes the Rimini area, the Pesaro and the Perugian, with a large stock between Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica, in the Rimini area, Pesaro, Colbordolo and Gabicce Mare in the Pesaro area, and a stock in Città di Castello and Umbertide in the Perugia area, Caldarini has a stock in Milan in Milan, Carate Brianza, Albiate and Paderno Dugnano, one in Emilia in the Parma area at Colorno and Parma and one in the Roman area at Castel Gandolfo, Palombara Sabina and Rome, Caldarino is unique, Caldera is typical of Lombardy and Piedmont, Calderini has a stock in Vercelli and Novara. , one in the Udine area, one small in the Parma area, one in the Livorno and Pisa areas, one in the Perugia and Terni areas and one in the Roman area, Calderino, almost unique, has scattered presences throughout the whole peninsular Italy, in some cases poss They cannot derive, directly or through hypocorisms, from nicknames originated from the job of the founders, probably occupied in the activity of boilers or cookware manufacturers, in other cases they can originate from toponyms such as Caldera in Messina or Torre Caldera in the Alessandria area or from others indicative of locality, as can be seen in a text of 1183 taken from the Diplomatic Code of medieval Lombardy: "... a sero via canpus dicitur in Zerbo prope Dupum de la Caldera, est iugera quattuor et perticas quattuor. et tabulas undecim ... ".
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