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Last name: Colonna

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Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Conti - Duchi - Nobili - Principi
Nobles in:Italia
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Heraldic Trace :
Colonna

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Nobility crown ColonnaSulla identità della famiglia C. Romano di Sicilia con i membri della famiglia di Roma e di Napoli non dovrebbe esservi più dubbio. Il Villabianca (Francesco Maria Emanuele e Gaetani, march. di Villabianca) nella sua "Sicilia Nobile" nel vol. II pag. 203 trascrive in proposito il seguente brano del libro dell'abate Domenico De Sanctis (Columnensium Procerum Icones et Memoriae): "E che i Colonnesi di Sicilia, detti più anticamente anche Romani dei baroni di Cesarò, di Fiume, di Nisi, di Monte Albano, di Palizzi ed altri feudi siano dell'istessa famiglia C. nobilissima Romana, e dell'istesso sangue, e discendenza ne fa solenne, e pubblica attestazione il cardinale Prospero nel 1442 a Tomaso C. Romano dei baroni di Cesarò dichiarando essere questa famiglia di Sicilia la medesima che la famiglia di Roma, riconoscendo perciò, e chiamando esso Tomaso suo consanguineo". Siccome anche fe' Marc'Antonio Colonna duca di Tagliacozzo e gran contestabile del Regno ...

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Blazon Colonna

Coat of arms of family Colonna

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Language of the text: Italiano


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Coat of arms of family Colonna

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Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, alla colonna d'argento coronata d'oro, piantata su onde d'azzurro, da cui emergono due giunchi di verde. Cimiero: Una sirena la naturale, coronata di oro. Lo scudo accollato all'aquila bicipete, spiegata di nero, membrata, imbeccata e coronata all'antica in ambo le teste di oro, sormontata dalla corona imperiale, tenuta dalla sirena (cimiero). Divisa. FLECTIMUR NON FRANGIMUR UNDIS.


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