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Last name: De Vivo

Dossier: 22158
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Cavalieri
Nobles in:Italia - Spagna
The country or region of the dossier mainly refers to the places where the family was ascribed to the nobility and may be different from those of residence

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De Vivo


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Nobility crown De VivoAntica ed assai nobile casata della Navarra, di chiara ed avita virtù, detta Vivo, de Vivo o del Vivo, propagatasi, nel corso dei secoli, in diverse regioni d'Italia, con insediamenti più cospicui in Campania. L'origine di tal cognominizzazione, al dir di autorevoli genealogisti, andrebbe ricercata in un ipocoristico del nomen tardo latino "Vivo", solitamente conferito dai genitori al proprio nato, probabilmente in seguito alla perdita di un precedente figlio. In ogni modo, secondo quanto ci viene tramandato, la famiglia venne anche fregiata del cavalierato, in seguito alla partecipazione, sotto i vessilli aragonesi, connotata da coraggio e virtù, di un Martino De Vivo alla guerra d'Otranto, del 1481, contro gli Ottomani. Ma, d'altronde, tal casata, nel dispiegarsi dei lustri, sempre è riuscita a produrre una serie di uomini che resero illustre il suo nome, nei pubblici impieghi e nel servizio militare. Fra questi, senza nulla levar al valore degli omessi, contasi: Gio. ...

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Blazon De Vivo

Coat of arms of family Vivo

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

D'argento armellinato di nero.

Blasone della famiglia Vivo (de Vivo in Italia).

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Coat of arms of family De vivo

2. Coat of arms of family: De vivo
Language of the text: Italiano

Inquartato: primo di rosso al leone rampante d'oro, sormontato da una stella d'argento di sei raggi; secondo d'oro all'aquila bicipite spiegata di nero, con le teste coronate dello stesso; terzo d'oro al giglio bianco; quarto d'azzurro allo scaglione d'oro accompagnato di 3 stelle d'argento di sei raggi, due in capo, e una in punta.


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