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Last name: Astravinzarra

Dossier: 635332
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Navarra)
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Astravinzarra


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Nobility crown AstravinzarraLinaje muy antiguo. Por referencias de historiadores de la época y otras averiguadas por Araldis en los archivos registrales de ciudades y otros privados, podríamos afirmar, pero no asegurar, que este escudo u otro muy similar a él, apareció inicialmente desde el siglo XI al XIV, particularmente en la corte del rey Teobaldo de Champagne, hijo de Blanca de Navarra y sobrino de Sancho el Fuerte, formando parte del servicio personal y guardia privada desde 1234 a 1240. Las referencias de esta familia parecen precisarse con más frecuencia desde el siglo XV al XIX en especial los hechos de la negociación con los franceses en el Tratado de la "Devolución" de los Países Bajos a Francia en 1662, reinando Felipe IV. Todo ello parece coincidir con la memoria familiar de algunos de los miembros de la rama de la familia Astravinzarra. Son sus armas: En azur, un trillo, de oro. El estudio del escudo heráldico familiar nos "habla" de quienes formaron el origen de la familia A., pues esa era su función, la de manifestar a los demás sus elementos diferenciales. Los esmaltes del arma de los A. pregonan los siguientes valores: el Azur corresponde al símbolo del agua, de la continuidad de la vida, es un color de nobleza, belleza, castidad y fidelidad, además otras virtudes caracterizaban a la familia, tales como la abundancia económica, la perseverancia, la suerte, la fama y el afán de victoria. ...

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Blazon Astravinzarra

Coat of arms of family Astravinzarra

Coat of arms of family Astravinzarra

Language of the text: Español

En azur, un trillo, de oro.


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