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Last name: Coredo

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Nobles in:Italia (Trentino)
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Nobility crown CoredoAncient family, originally from Trentino. Zacone Coredo transplanted into the Nona Valley, in Trentino, where in 1150 he built a castle, of which the family was a feudal lord. Already in 1300 the Coredos were among the Tyrolean noble families, and a Frederick, of Odorico, was a knight in 1303; Giovanni was an intimate councilor and president of parliament in the thirteenth century; Giuseppe was a court marshal. The presence of the weapon and the motto in the documented bibliography of the Coredo family confirms the ancestral nobility reached by the family. In fact, the origin of the motto dates back to around the 14th century and must be sought in those witty sayings that were written on the banners or flags of the knights, displayed on the windows of the inns where they stayed, during the tournaments, and during the tournaments themselves . The motto was a thought expressed ...
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Blazon Coredo

Coat of arms of family Coreth

1° Coat of arms of family Coreth
Language of the text: Italiano

L'aquila bicipite di nero, rostrata ed armata d'oro, linguata di rosso, coronata all'imperiale, diademata su ambo le teste, portante sul petto uno scudo, inquartato: nel primo e quarto d'azzurro a tre fascie d'oro; nel secondo tagliato: a) di rosso al leone d'oro andante sulla partizione, rivoltato e con la coda alzata; b) d'argento a due stelle di rosso poste lungo la partizione e divise da una linea di nero; b) di rosso al leone d'oro, andante sotto la partizione e rivoltato con la coda alzata. Sul tutto uno scudetto coronato d'oro e palato di rosso e d'argento di quattro pezzi. Cimiero: Quattro elmi d'oro.

Blasone della famiglia Coreth o Coredo, fonte: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. Spreti" vol II.

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