Ancient and illustrious Roman family, of clear and ancestral virtue, which spread over the centuries in various regions of Italy, with major settlements in Umbrian territory. The first person we know about is the notary Bartolomeo Festucci, also known as "Festuce" in some documents, active in Rome in 1525. And in fact, according to what has been handed down to us, this family was included among the Capitoline notables right from 16th century and, as the times unfolded, it continued to illustrate itself thanks to the esteemed personalities to whom it gave birth. From our archives: Tommaso Festucci, notary, flourishing in Rome at the dawn of the 17th century; Nicola Festucci, landowner in Umbria, flourishing in 1636; Agostino Festucci, Capitoline notary, flourishing in 1679; Luigi Festucci, doctor of both laws, flourishing in Perugia in 1701; Niccolò Festucci, landowner in Umbria, flourishing in 1722; Severo Festucci, doctor and essayist, flourishing in ...
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