1. Home
  2. Search last name
  3. Search Result
  4. Heraldic Trace Coppoli

Last name: Coppoli

Dossier: 20141
Type:Heraldic Preview
A Heraldic Trace is a dossier made by a program useful as a starting point for researchers and passionate heraldists; a Heraldic Preview is a dossier reviewed by a human.

When you buy a heraldic document a new thorough heraldic research is carried out by an experienced heraldist.

Language of the text: English
Please note this is an automatic translation done by a program, if you buy a heraldic document the text will be written by a native language heraldist
Nobility: Nobili - Patrizi - Marchesi
Nobles in:Italia (Toscana - Umbria - Campania)
The country or region of the dossier mainly refers to the places where the family was ascribed to the nobility and may be different from those of residence

Heraldic Preview :
Coppoli


Italiano  English  Español  Portugûes  Deutsch  Français
Nobility crown CoppoliAmong the most ancient and noble families of Perugia, with illustrious branches also in Florence and Rome, spread over the centuries in various regions of Italy. Among the first characters whose historical memory we have is that Giovanni Coppoli, praetor of Perugia as early as 1196. From the volumes of the famous "Historical-blasonic dictionary of extinct and flourishing Italian noble and notable families", by the genealogist Giovan Battista di Crollalanza (1886 ), we get to know other illustrious personalities, such as: Ranieri Coppoli, distinguished professor of law; Giovanni Coppoli, captain of the people in Florence in 1336; Francesco Coppoli, senator of Rome in 1427 and 1436; Cecilia Coppoli, abbess of Foligno, Perugia-Monteluce and Urbino, who from Pope Sixtus IV obtained permission to restore the rule of St. Clare of 1253 in some monasteries. Blessed Cecilia Coppoli died in the monastery of Foligno on 2 January 1500 and it was immediately ...

Buy a heraldic document with your coat of armsBuy a heraldic document with your coat of arms


Blazon Coppoli

Coat of arms of family Coppoli

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

Di rosso, alla fascia d' oro accompagnata da tre coppe coperte dello stesso.

Blasone della famiglia Coppoli da Perugia in Firenze, Santo Spirito, Drago. Fonte bibliografica: "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol.I, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1888.

Click to BuyClick to Buy

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent
(Spoken words fly away, written words remain)
Examples of Heraldic Documents
Order now a Professional Heraldic Document

Entrust the story of your family name to the heraldry professionals

PricingPricing

Search last name

How to do a prelimiary Heraldic research

It is possible to do a preliminary research in our archive. About 100,000 heraldic traces, origins of surnames, coat of arms and blazons are available free of charge. Just write the desired last name in the form below and press enter.



Legal notices

  1. All content on this page is distributed under license Creative Commons Attribution - Share Alike 3.0 Unported. In simple words you can copy, link and publish any page or image with the only warning to indicate the source: heraldrysinstitute.com.

  2. For corrections, additions or publications of heraldic informations requests please write us an email with the requested text and the bibliographic or historical source.

  3. The contents shown do not constitute attribution of a noble title and they do not attribute kinship relationships between homonymous surnames; the exposed or mentioned coats were matched to a surname or variant. This is not a genealogical research.

  4. A Heraldic Trace is a dossier made by a program useful as a starting point for researchers and passionate heraldists; a Heraldic Preview is a dossier reviewed by a human.

    When you buy a heraldic document a new thorough heraldic research is carried out by an experienced heraldist.

  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families