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Last name: Coreth

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Nobility: Conti
Nobles in:Italia (Trentino)
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Variations Last name: Coredo
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

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Coreth
Variations Last name: Coredo


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Nobility crown CorethAlte feudale Familie des Fürstentums Trient, deren alte Erinnerungen bis ins XII Jahrhundert zurückreichen. Die am 26. April 1772 in Wien verliehene Kaiserin Maria Theresia bestätigte den Brüdern Francesco Antonio und Giov das Diplom. Battista de C. den Titel eines Barons mit dem Prädikat Starkenberg und erhob sie mit ihren legitimen Nachkommen beiderlei Geschlechts in den Rang eines Grafen des Heiligen Römischen Reiches, was auch das alte Wappen bestätigte. Sie baten darum, auf der offiziellen Liste mit den oben genannten Titeln eingetragen zu werden: Alberto, di Giov. Battista, Giuseppe, Francesco Antonio und Emilia cont. Alberti heiratete Trento, 7. März 1893 mit Bianca cont. Ceschi in Santa Croce. Es war Brauch der ältesten Familien, die nach dem Untergang des Römischen Reiches in dieser Flut der Barbaren, deren Nachnamen sowie ihre Studien und andere schöne Dinge verloren gingen und nur mit einfachen Namen zurückblieben, ihre Nachnamen wieder zeichneten und ihre Familie mit ...
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Blazon Coreth
Variations Last name: 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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