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Last name: Forma

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Nobility crown FormaAlthough in the Epitaph made by Marino di F. son of Girolamo, à Marino, and Giovanni his Avo, and Bisavo paterni, in the Chapel of the Family of F. inside the Church of S. Restituta of Naples, recorded by Cesare d'Engenio in his Sacred Naples, which I shall also refer to here, assert itself that the family is of Roman origin, and that Scipione Mazzella in the speech, which belongs to the same family, among the other Napolitane nobles of the Seggio di Capuana, left us written , who came from the Kingdom of Cyprus, not instigating having to pay much attention to Mazzella, as Author of his own whim, having for any knowledge of it, that this Family flourished is in the City of Rome, and noble, and conspicuous, what certainly appears , is that Giovanni di F .; who was the first, who led his home in Naples, ...
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Blazon Forma

Coat of arms of family Forma

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

Un cane d'argento rampante, posto in campo azzurro, ne' lati del quale sono due gigli di Francia d'oro.

Fam. Nobili del Regno di Napoli: Parte III.

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Coat of arms of family Forma (di) (Napoli)

2° Coat of arms of family Forma (di) (Napoli)
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro, a un leone d'argento accompagnato da due gigli d'oro, uno in capo a sinistra ed uno in punta a destra.

Citato in "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol. primo, pag. 423, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1890.

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