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Last name: Coviello

Dossier: 21065
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Cavalieri
Nobles in:Italia
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Coviello

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Nobility crown CovielloVery ancient and illustrious family, originally from Naples, various branches of this family spread to different regions of southern Italy. This family includes characters of high virtues, among which we note the famous jurist Nicola Coviello, many squares and streets of the countries of Campania and Calabria bear this name, Coviello is also the name of an ancient Calabrian mask also mentioned by Molière in "il Borghese Gentiluomo "in the seventeenth century, but the antiquity of the present family accompanied with the scarcity of the writings does not reveal the principle of its nobility; and therefore the writers and researchers rightly confess with all their investigation that they cannot ascertain its origin; but not seeing us adduce any reason to make us believe this opinion, which also holds doubtful, we will still be able to utter our opinion, not opinion, but evident certainty, while it is supported by some evident ...

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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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