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Corselli, Corselli and Corsello are typically Sicilian, of the Palermo and Trapani the first and of the Palermo and Agrigento and of the Catania and Syracuse the second, Corsetti has a stock in the Brescia area, one in the Arezzo area and in the Grosseto area, one between Macerata and Piceno and one between Aquila, Roman, Frusinate and Latin, one in the Neapolitan and one in the Palermo area, Corsetto is typical of the Avellino area, of Serino in particular, Corsinelli is practically unique, Corsi and Corsini are very common at the Centronord, Corsino has stocks in Sicily and Foggia , Corso is present both in the south and in the north, Dal Corso has a large stock in the Verona area and one between Padua and Venice, all derive directly or through more or less complex hypochoristic or patronymic forms, such as Dal Corso where Dal is for son of, or hypocoristic, from the medieval name Corsus of which we have an example in a deed drawn up in Pisa in 1210: "... elegit et constituit Corsum quondam fratrem Forestani et Garsendam eius uxorem e t filiam quondam Bonvassalli Ansoaldi, presentes et suscipientes ... "and Corsino always mentioned in Florence in 1200:" ... Corsinus comes from Gangalandi of the gratia Vulterranorum potestas ... ". We find traces of these surnames in the 1600s in Florence: "... Nerius Corsinus Archiepiscopus Damiatensis Apostolice Chambers Thesaurarius Generalis ac Decimarum ... Collector Generalis ......".