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Last name: Faccioli

Dossier: 16374
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Patrizi
Nobles in:Italia (Veneto)
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Variations Last name: Facciolo,Maccioli
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Faccioli
Variations Last name: Facciolo,Maccioli


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Nobility crown FaccioliAntichissima ed assai illustre famiglia, le cui prime memorie rimandano ad un Bonaccorso de F., figlio di Salvo pubblico notaio a Firenze nel 1298-1304, e al Console anziano a Bologna (1357) Giovanni F. Tal casato, nel corso dei secoli, si divise in numerose diramazioni le quali, talvolta, assunsero delle variazioni cognominali. Un ramo da Massa Lombarda si trasferì, nel tardo XIV secolo in Ferrara; nel secolo XVII, la famiglia Faccioli di Novara, invece, passò a risiedere in Verona, ove i suoi membri presero parte alle guerra in Levante, sotto il vessillo di S. Marco, nella prima metà del '700. Essi, inoltre contrassero nobili parentele ed aggiunsero al proprio il cognome dei Grimani, patrizi veneti. Il ramo dei F. di Montagnana, invece, risale a un Tommaso, vissuto negli anni 1561-1575. Da cotal prosapia trasse i natali il dottor Girolamo il quale, avendo ottenuto l'aggregazione al nobile Consiglio di Padova nel 1800, ...
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Blazon Faccioli
Variations Last name: Facciolo,Maccioli

Coat of arms of family Faccioli

1° Coat of arms of family Faccioli
Language of the text: Italiano

Di argento, allo scaglione di rosso, accompagnato da tre teste di moro di nero, attortigliate del campo

Blasone della famiglia Faccioli, fonte: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. Spreti" Vol. III pag. 54.

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