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Last name: Isimbardi

Dossier: 19023
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Marchesi - Nobili
Nobles in:Italia
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Isimbardi


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Nobility crown IsimbardiL'illustre prosapia pavese degli I. che nel luglio 1024, scuotendosi dalla tirannia del Sacro Palazzo, costituì con le famiglie preminenti della città il Comune Signorile di Pavia, coeva dei Langosco e dei Beccaria coi quali strinse legami nuziali, era investita dall'epoca dei Comuni delle più alte cariche: dal consolato alle ambascierie, dalla diplomazia alla prelatura, dalle magistrature al decurionato, dalle podesterie e governatorati ai Consigl di Stato e di Corte, distinguendosi ovunque al comando di corpi armati in pace ed in guerra. Parte del casato diramò a Milano ove i suoi membri assolsero onorevolmente importanti uffici e furono infeudati del marchesato di Pieve di Cairo (1610) delle signorie di Cairo (1467), Gallia (1614), S.Giulietta (1694); si estinsero nel XVIII sec. e subentrò loro il ceppo pavese che il 20 febbraio 1736 ottenne l'ascrizione al patriziato milanese; Lorenzo, direttore generale delle zecche del regno che potenziò con macchine di propria invenzione, ...
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Blazon Isimbardi

Coat of arms of family Isimbardi

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Language of the text: Italiano

Inquartato; nel primo e quarto d'argento al giglio d'oro; nel secodo e terzo d'azzurro, a tre stelle d'oro, 2 e 1.

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