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Bozza and Bozzi are widespread throughout the Italian peninsular, Bozzetti is typically Lombard, with a stock also in the Vicenza area, Bozzetto is decidedly Venetian, particularly widespread in the Vicenza area, in the Treviso area and in the Venetian area, it is also present in the Pordenone area in the neighboring Friuli , Bozzini is northern, of the area that includes the Genoese, Lombardy, Verona and Piacenza, Bozzino is absolutely rare, Bozzo has an important nucleus in Liguria and Piedmont, one in the Veneto, one in the Cosenza area and with significant presences a in all of Italy, they could derive from the medieval name Bozo (famous is the Bozo or Bozzo ruler of Bologna on behalf of the Emperor who was killed by the citizens of that city in 1165), Bozo is the modification in the vernacular of the Latin cognomen Butius; in a deed of sale of 1361 drawn up in Rome by the notary Paulus Serromani, a certain Tebalduccio is cited who inherits the family patrimony from his father Butius Annibaldi, may also derive from the medieval Boetius, famous is Anicio Manlio Torquato Severino (480-526), l author of De consolatione philosophiae. traces of these surnames are found in Valtellina in the 1700s in a deed of the municipality of Bianzone (SO) reads: "... 1771 li gienaro note of the riding done by me Pietro quondam Giovanni Giacomo Bozzo di Bianzone for the deganate of the aforementioned year as it follows so much for the spent, and proceeds ... ", in the Vicenza to Nogarolo, in a deed of 1658 it reads:" ... citado Mattio Bozzo instected predicted to have been sentenced in £ ire 31 ... ".