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Last name: Canal

Dossier: 13149
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Conti
Nobles in:Italia - Francia - Spagna (Veneto)
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Canal


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Nobility crown CanalAntica famiglia patrizia veneziana, proveniente da Capo d'Istria, annoverata tra le c.d. "Case Nuove", benché i cui membri fossero stati inclusi nella serrata del Maggior Consiglio del 1297. Al dir di molti cronisti, i membri della famiglia Canal derivarono da due nuclei distinti: l'uno originario di Altino, l'altro di Ravenna, il che spiegherebbe l'utilizzo di due differenti stemmi. In ogni modo, il primo di lei personaggio di cui si abbia notizia certa è un Doimo, fiorente nel 1070. Sino al secolo decimo sesto, tal famiglia fu una delle veneziane più influenti, distinguendosi specialmente in ambito militare e diplomatico. Anche quando Venezia fu annessa al Regno Lombardo-Veneto, tra il 1817 ed il 1818, i quattro rami della famiglia furono riconosciuti Nobili dell'Impero Austriaco. Nel 1823, inoltre, fu riconosciuto un quinto ramo, discendente da un Niccolò. La famiglia Canal, d'altronde, nel dispiegarsi dei lustri, sempre è riuscita a produrre una serie di ...
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Blazon Canal

Coat of arms of family Canal

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

D'argento, allo scaglione d'azzurro.

Stemma della famiglia Canal in Spagna e Venezia; fonti: "Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - letras A-B-C-CH Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro"; "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap".

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Coat of arms of family de Canal

2. Coat of arms of family de Canal
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro al palo accostato da sei gigli, tre per parte, il tutto d'oro.

Stemma della famiglia Canal o de Canal in Francia, Spagna e Venezia; fonti: "Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - letras A-B-C-CH Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro"; "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap".

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