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Last name: Coviello

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Language of the text: Deutsch
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Nobility: Cavalieri
Nobles in:Italia
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Coviello

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Nobility crown CovielloSehr alte und berühmte Familie, ursprünglich aus Neapel, verschiedene Zweige dieser Familie breiteten sich in verschiedenen Regionen Süditaliens aus. Zu dieser Familie gehören Charaktere mit hohen Tugenden, darunter der berühmte Jurist Nicola Coviello. Viele Plätze und Straßen der Länder Kampanien und Kalabrien tragen diesen Namen. Coviello ist auch der Name einer alten kalabrischen Maske, die Molière auch in "il" erwähnt Borghese Gentiluomo "im siebzehnten Jahrhundert, aber die Antike der heutigen Familie, begleitet von der Knappheit der Schriften, offenbart nicht das Prinzip ihres Adels; und deshalb gestehen die Schriftsteller und Forscher bei all ihren Untersuchungen zu Recht, dass sie ihren Ursprung nicht feststellen können; Wenn wir jedoch keinen Grund sehen, diese Meinung zu glauben, was ebenfalls zweifelhaft ist, können wir dennoch unsere Meinung äußern, nicht die Meinung, sondern die offensichtliche Gewissheit, obwohl dies durch einige offensichtliche Gründe gestützt wird, dass sie nicht lügen können. Daher finden sich auf dem Gebiet von ...

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Blazon Coviello

Coat of arms of family Coviello

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro al destrocherio vestito di rosso, tenente con la mano di carnagione un grappo d'uva di verde, e movente dal fianco destro dello scudo, accompagnato in capo da tre stelle di otto raggi d'oro ordinate in fascia, e in punta da un leone rivolto al naturale passante e tenente con la branca sinistra una maschera troncata di nero e d'argento.

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