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Last name: Faffi

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Toscana)
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Variations Last name: Faffi del Bene
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Faffi
Variations Last name: Faffi del Bene


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Nobility crown FaffiIl variare gli antichi cognomi, generò nella credenza degli huomini qualche dubbiezza circa l'unità, e l'essenza delle famiglie; onde poi in processo di tempo è stato necessario il disputarla ne' pubblici Tribunali per far costare la verità del fatto, come oggi appunto è successo a questa nobilissima, e antichissima famiglia, la quale essendo stata ben ventilata, si è provato in fine che i più lontani accenni alla stirpe si trovano in Toscana, nella città di Pisa durante le lotte fratricide tra famiglie guelfe e famiglie ghibelline, che insanguinarono ogni palmo della nostra bella Italia. I nomi delle due fazioni, derivano da quello della casa tedesca dei Welfen (Guelfi), che sosteneva la casa di Baviera e di Sassonia nella lotta al trono imperiale contro i duchi di Svevia, ai quali apparteneva il castello di Weiblingen (italianizzato in Guaibelinga, da cui Ghibellini). I termini si diffusero in Italia al tempo di Federico ...
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Blazon Faffi
Variations Last name: Faffi del Bene

Coat of arms of family Faffi

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

D'argento, all'aquila bicipite di rosso.

Blasone della famiglia Faffi in Firenze; fonte: "Raccolta Ceramelli Papiani" custodita presso l'archivio di stato di Firenze fasc.1881. note: Si trova anche il cognome «Faffi del Bene».

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