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Last name: Caira

Dossier: 809177
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Signori - Conti - Marchesi - Baroni
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Caira


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Nobility crown CairaThe very noble Scarampi family of Cairo, in the unfolding of the lustres, was divided into many branches, whose cognominations, although having a common matrix with the main nucleus, partially differed and thus the Cairo, Caira, Cairi families originated. We will report, however, the story of the original prosapia, since it was from it that everything began. It was an important Asti family of Ghibelline orientation. They were initially bankers in the Casane astigiane in Genoa and then in France and Belgium. Some of the oldest memories date back to William, who was the mayor of Genoa in the mid-thirteenth century, and who had for his nephew Antonio, who was invested with Mombarcelli on May 19, 1329 by the emperor Lodovico il Bavaro and who, having purchased from Emanuele Traversagni portions of Vinchio, was invested by the same emperor with a diploma of the same date with the fiefs of ...

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Blazon Caira

Coat of arms of family Caira

1. Coat of arms of family: Caira
Language of the text: Italiano

Troncato; nel 1° d'argento alla testa di moro al naturale; nel 2° d'argento alle tre bande di rosso; sul tutto una fascia d'azzurro attraversante sulla troncatura.

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Coat of arms of family Caira Panunzi

2. Coat of arms of family: Caira Panunzi
Language of the text: Italiano

Partito; nel primo (Caira) troncato; a. d'argento alla testa di moro al naturale; b. d'argento alle tre bande di rosso; sul tutto una fascia d'azzurro attraversante sulla troncatura; nel secondo (Panunzi) d'azzurro, alla banda di rosso accompagnata in capo da un crescente d'argento, e in punta da un monte di tre colli del medesimo uscente.


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