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Last name: Costa

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Signori - Conti - Marchesi
Nobles in:Italia (Lombardia - Liguria - Toscana - Lazio - Campania - Puglia - Sicilia)
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Nobility crown CostaAntica famiglia di Chieri, di chiara e provata nobiltà, le cui prime vestigia rimontano al sec. XII, aggregata coi Raschieri all'albergo degli Albuzzani. Si rinviene in alto stato già in principio del sec. XV, con Luigi, autore del lustro e della fortuna di sua casa, infeudato successivamente di Cavallerleone (1402), di Arignano (1407), di Polonghera (1411), di Bene (1412), di Valogorera (1413), di Trinità (1416), di Carrù (1418), ecc. Servì nei consigli e in guerra il primo duca di Casa Savoia, Amedeo VIII, e il principe d'Acaia, col grado di luogotenente generale delle truppe. Sposò Eleonora di Saluzzo, della famiglia sovrana di Saluzzo. Alla sua morte, parve per un momento che la gran fortuna e il fastigio di sua casa impallidissero; perchè i figli, sotto la tutela del maresciallo Manfredo di Saluzzo, dovettero essere riabilitati dalla colpa di usura apposta al padre e reintegrati nei loro diritti successori colla composizione ...

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Blazon Costa

Coat of arms of family Costa

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

D'azzurro, a cinque bande d'oro. Cimiero: leone nascente, al naturale, in maestà, diademato ed alato d'oro, tenente colla branca destra una spada, colla sinistra una bilancia, il tutto d'oro. Sostegni: due leoni al naturale, affrontati e rimiranti. Motto: De jour en jour.


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Coat of arms of family Costa, Costa Giorgianni, Giorgianni

2. Coat of arms of family: Costa, Costa Giorgianni, Giorgianni
Language of the text: Italiano

D’azzurro, al leone d’oro, la testa rivoltata, impugnante con le zampe anteriori una costola umana d’argento, accompagnato nel capo da tre stelle a sei raggi d’oro, ordinate in fascia.

Citato in "Nobiliario di Sicilia di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo, 1915-1970" .

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Coat of arms of family Costa

3. Coat of arms of family: Costa
Language of the text: Français

Armes anc Parti d'argent et de gueules à la côte humaine de sable posée en bande et brochant (créés barons du Royaume d'Italie par Napoléon 1er) avec pour armoiries Coupé au 1 parti a) de gueules à la côte humaine d'argent mise en barre b) des barons Podestat au 2 taillé d'argent et de pourpre

Blason del la famille Costa noble en Milan. Source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap"

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Coat of arms of family Costa

4. Coat of arms of family: Costa
Language of the text: Français

Coupé au 1 d'or à l'aigle de sable couronné du champ au 2 de gueules à la côte humaine d'argent environnée d'un listel à volutes du mesme chargé des mots COSTA MIHI COGNOMEN ADEST.

Blason de la famille Costa noble en Naples. Fonte bibliografica: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap"

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Coat of arms of family Costa

5. Coat of arms of family: Costa
Language of the text: Français

D'argent à la barre de gueules.

Blason de la famille Costa noble en Gênes - Famille ét. dans celle de Bottaro. Fonte bibliografica: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap"

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Coat of arms of family Costa

6. Coat of arms of family: Costa
Language of the text: Français

D'azur à trois côtes d'homme et une étoile d'or entre deux fleurs-de-lis du même en chef le tout d'or

Blason de la famille Costa noble en Gênes, Savoie . Fonte bibliografica: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap"

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Coat of arms of family Costa

7. Coat of arms of family: Costa
Language of the text: Français

Parti de gueules et d'argent à la bande de sable brochant sur le tout.

Blason de la famille Costa noble en Rome. Fonte bibliografica: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap"

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