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Last name: Contuzzi Suppa Pagano

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Contuzzi Suppa Pagano


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Nobility crown Contuzzi Suppa PaganoFamilia antigua e ilustre de Matera y Nápoles. Fue galardonada con el título de noble. La presencia del blasón en la bibliografía documentada de la familia confirma la nobleza ancestral de la familia. El escudo de armas de la noble familia Contuzzi Suppa Pagano está estampado de la siguiente manera: Trimestralmente: en la primera y cuarta fiesta, a) de color verde, con la banda dorada acompañada en la cabeza por una creciente fiesta de plata, b) dorada y verde, con el león de uno a otro; en las secciones segunda y tercera, a) de armiño, en el cordero de tres colgantes rojos, b) con bandas de azul y oro de seis piezas, con el borde compuesto por Anjou y Jerusalén. En toda la fiesta: en el primer oro con tres pinos de verde nudrita en la cima de tres montañas de la misma; en el segundo azul, el león con ...

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Blazon Contuzzi Suppa Pagano

Coat of arms of family Contuzzi Suppa Pagano

1. Coat of arms of family: Contuzzi Suppa Pagano
Language of the text: Italiano

Inquartato: nel primo e quarto partito, a) di verde, alla fascia d'oro accompagnata in capo da un crescente d'argento, b) partito d'oro e di verde, al leone dall'uno all'altro; nel secondo e terzo spaccato, a) d'ermellino, al lambello di tre pendenti di rosso, b) bandato d'azzurro e d'oro di sei pezzi, con la bordura composta d'Angiò e di Gerusalemme. Sul tutto partito: nel primo d'oro a tre pini di verde nudriti sulla vetta di tre monti dello stesso; nel secondo d'azzurro, al leone tenente nella branca destra anteriore una chiave e accompagnato in punta da tre gigli, il tutto d'oro.


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