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Cassola has a small stock in the Alessandria area, in Brignano Frascata, Tortona and Valenza, in Piacenza and Genoa, and a very small stock also in Livorno and Pisa, Cassoli has a stock in Bologna and in Casalecchio di Reno in Bologna, and one very small in Anzio in the Roman, Cassolo, almost unique, is of the Alessandria area, Cazzola is widespread throughout the north, with Piedmontese stocks in Acqui Terme and Alessandria in the Alessandria area and in Montabone and Vaglio Serra in the Asti area, and with a strain in Genoa and Savona, a strain in the Pavia area, in Voghera, Verrua Po, Pavia, Pinarolo Po, Castelletto di Branduzzo and Bressana Bottarone, and a small stock also in Cosio Valtellina in the Sondri area, has a large stock in the Vicenza area of Malo, Schio , Vicenza, Isola, Vicentina, Arzignano, Monticello Conte Otto, Valdagno, Grumolo delle Abbadesse, Caldogno and Costabissara, has a large stock in the Ferrara area, in Ferrara, Goro and Copparo and in Bologna, Bologna and Argelato, Cazzoli, much less common , has a stock a Verona and a very small one in Vo in the Paduan area, has the most consistent stock in Bologna in Bologna and San Giovanni in Persiceto, Cazzolo, practically unique, should be due to an incorrect transcription of one of the previous ones, in some cases they could derive from toponymy , for example from the name of countries such as the Vicenza area Cassola or the Cazzola area of Parma, but most probably derive from a nickname referring to manufacturers or sellers of pots and casseroles.