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Last name: Arca

Dossier: 606177
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros
Nobles in:España - Portugal - Italia (Álava - Castilla y Léon - Cataluña - Baleares - Valencia)
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Arca


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Nobility crown ArcaProceden de la casa de F. del lugar de Urrúnaga, del Ayuntamiento de Villarreal y partido judicial de Vitoria (Álava), casa que ya quedó mencionada en la información del apellido F. Son sus armas: Cuartelado en sotuer: primero, de gules, con un castillo de oro; segundo y tercero, de azur, con cinco estrellas de oro, puestas en sotuer, y cuarto, de plata, con un águila de sable. La opinión más admitida entre los genealogistas de mayor crédito, como Don Pedro de Salazar y Mendoza, Luis de Salazar y Castro, Argote de Molina, Juan Alonso de Guerra y otros, es que el patronímico F. resonó entre los godos antes de la invasion sarracena, perteneciendo ya en aquella época a uno de los egregios linages que mas favorecieron la eleccion y jura del rey Don Pelayo, concurriendo a tan solemne acto Toribio F. con 300 caballeros. Y de este valiente capitan ...
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Blazon Arca

Coat of arms of family Arca

1. Coat of arms of family Arca
Language of the text: Español

En azur, un guerrero de plata, haciendo frente a tres moros, de su color.

Escudo de la famìlia Arca. Fuente bibliográfica: "Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - letras A-B-C-CH Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro".

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Coat of arms of family Arca

2. Coat of arms of family Arca
Language of the text: Español

Cuartelado en sotuer: primero, de gules, con un castillo de oro; segundo y tercero, de azur, con cinco estrellas de oro, puestas en sotuer, y cuarto, de plata, con un águila de sable.

Escudo de la familia radicada en Álava.

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