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Last name: Costanzo

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Language of the text: English
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Nobles in:Italia (Sicilia)
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Costanzo


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Nobility crown CostanzoSince the earliest times, the presence of this family in the Kingdom of Naples, at the seat of Montagna and at the seat of Portanuova is attested. Legend has it that it derives from a cavalier Germano, born in the city of Constance, called "Scipi" or and said, in deference to his mother country, "Costanzo". The said Scipio, having had contention with a natural brother of the Emperor Corrado, about 1130, served him in the face; therefore he was forced to leave Germany and come to Italy, where he was lovingly collected by King Roger and called for that "artion Scipio Spadainface". Pietro Passano Genovese, however, wants this family to come from Empress Constance, daughter of Roger, King of Sicily, and Alvira, born of Alfonso II King of Castile, who, being on the advice of Pope Celestine III taken from the monastery of San Salvatore, manufactured by order of the ...

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Blazon Costanzo

Coat of arms of family Costanzo

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

D'azzurro a sei costole umane d'argento poste in fascia ordinate 2, 2 e 2; al capo cucito d'azzurro, caricato da un leopardo d'oro.


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Coat of arms of family Costanzo

2. Coat of arms of family: Costanzo
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso a sei costole umane d'argento poste in fascia ordinate 2, 2 e 2; al capo cucito d'azzurro, caricato da un leopardo d'oro.


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Coat of arms of family Costanzo

3. Coat of arms of family: Costanzo
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso a sei costole umane d'argento poste in fascia ordinate 2, 2 e 2; al capo cucito d'azzurro, caricato da un leopardo d'oro.


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