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Last name: Bombicci

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Toscana)
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Variations Last name: Bombicci Pomi,Bombicci Pontelli
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Bombicci
Variations Last name: Bombicci Pomi,Bombicci Pontelli


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Nobility crown BombicciFamiglia ascritta alla Nobiltà di Pisa in persona di Roberto di Francesco e discendenti, con rescritto 27 marzo 1823 in seguito a proposta della Magistratura civica di quella città. Discendenti da Roberto di Francesco. Roberto di Francesco Bombicci ottenne l'ammissione alla nobiltà pisana nel 1837. Suo fratello Guglielmo di Francesco Bombicci ottenne l'ammissione alla nobiltà aretina nel 1835, per avere possedimenti in quella zona. Egli aveva sposato nel 1815 Maria Teresa Pomi, ultima di quella famiglia: il nipote Guglielmo assunse il doppio cognome «Bombicci Pomi». Un'altro nipote, Cesare, nato nel 1818, assunse il doppio cognome «Bombicci Pontelli» per eredità di Enrico Pontelli, patrizio cortonese, 1834. ...
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Blazon Bombicci
Variations Last name: Bombicci Pomi,Bombicci Pontelli

Coat of arms of family Bombicci

1° Coat of arms of family Bombicci
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro, alla fascia d'oro (o di rosso), accompagnata in capo da due (o tre) stelle a otto punte d'oro, ordinate in fascia (oppure 1.2), e in punta da tre bombe al naturale, infiammate di rosso, 2.1.

Blasone della famiglia Bombicci in Pisa e Arezzo; fonte: "Raccolta Ceramelli Papiani" custodita presso l'archivio di stato di Firenze fasc.5192.

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