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Last name: Costantini

Dossier: 710787
Type:Heraldic Traces
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Gêne - Savoie)
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Heraldic Traces :
Costantini


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Nobility crown CostantiniFamille d'origine noble ou notable sûre, citée par les sources bibliographiques traditionnelles qui témoignent comme cette famille ait laissé ses traces dans le temps. Lieu d'origine de cette famille: Gêne - Savoie. On la retrouve en différentes époques et en diverses localités. Bien que les renseignements ne soient pas certains quant à la date de son origine et à son emplacement sur le territoire, il est certe possible d'avoir la confirmation de la noblesse acquise en lisant le blason. Il est certain cependant que jadis, dans la succession de faits historiques de petite ou grande envergure, la souche originaire ait pu donner lieu à de nombreuses branches fleuries dans diverses régions françaises. Il serait superflu de rappeler ici tout qui a été écrit sur le blason, sur la noblesse et sur l'origine du nom de cette famille. Nous ne saurions mieux faire que vous indiquer l'introduction de J.B. Rietstap en tête de son ouvrage " L’Armorial Général , qui a eu l'approbation de toutes les personnes compétentes en cette matière. La distinction familiale représentée ici sous forme de blason, survit à travers les siècles grâce à des précieux témoignages qui nous ont permis de rapporter les exploits et les gestes de cette noble famille. Armes de cette famille: D'azur à 3 bandes d'or, au chef de France (1428 et 1654) d'azur chargé de 3 fleurs de lys d'or. Titres nobiliaires de cette famille: anobli en 1389, ancienne extraction (famille dont la filiation noble prouvée atteint le XVème siècle), marquis de Saint-Genix de Beaugard en 1700. ...

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Blazon Costantini

Coat of arms of family Costantini

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Language of the text: Français

D'azur à 3 bandes d'or, au chef de France (1428 et 1654) d'azur chargé de 3 fleurs de lys d'or.

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