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Last name: Erades

Dossier: 620503
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Arras)
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Erades


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Español
Nobility crown EradesHay en España distintas casas Erades. Desde muy remotos siglos fué conocida y muy considerada. Los historiadores hacen notar acertadamente que no todos los linajes de este apellido tienen un origen común. Lo encontramos en Arras. Las armas más antiguas son las señaladas en: Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispanica - letras D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-LL Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro. Los de Arras traen: En gules, un águila de sable y sosteniendo con sus garras, una bandera de oro. Otros traen: En azur, un bastón, de oro, resaltado de una torre, de plata, donjonata, almenada y mazonada, de sable, y aclarada de gules, sumado a su homenaje medio vuelo, de plata. El estudio del escudo heráldico familiar nos "habla" de quienes formaron el origen de la familia E., pues esa era su función, la de manifestar a los demás sus elementos diferenciales, pues la inclusión del elemento águila , que es la más noble de las figuras utilizadas en heráldica, es el símbolo del rey del cielo, emperador de los pájaros, custodia del rayo y su significado es el de la fuerza y poder terrenal por la Gracia de Dios. Los esmaltes del arma de los E. pregonan los siguientes valores: el Gules es el símbolo de la fuerza, del poder, del amor ferviente a Dios y al prójimo, tal es el significado de este esmalte, a lo que habría que añadir el afán de dominio, el coraje, la audacia, la fortaleza y la magnanimidad, un alto porcentaje de este tipo de escudos familiares se dieron por actos de guerra. ...
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Blazon Erades

Coat of arms of family Erades

Coat of arms of family Erades

Language of the text: Español

En gules, un águila de sable y sosteniendo con sus garras, una bandera de oro.


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