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Last name: Jorio

Dossier: 883186
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Language of the text: English
Nobility: Nobles - Marquises
Nobles in:Italy
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Jorio


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English
Nobility crown JorioAncient and noble Italian family, of clear and ancestral virtue, that has worldwide spread, over the centuries. Its surname is a patronymic form of the name Jorio, an Italian dialectal southernization of the name Giorgio, documented since the Middle Ages and probably arisen due to Byzantine and neo-Greek influence. Other genealogists, on the other hand, believe that this lineage arose within the Roman gens of the Giorgi, one of which "familia communi iure" settled in the current hamlet of San Iorio, giving rise to this illustrious family, which later became (de) Jorio or (de) Iorio, in the Neapolitan area. This is therefore a very noble Neapolitan family even if other branches also flourished illustriously in Central and Northern Italy and in particular in Lazio, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta. We also find noble settlements in Belgium and France from whence the family has spread all over the world. In any ...
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Blazon Jorio

Coat of arms of family Iorio

1. Coat of arms of family Iorio
Language of the text: English

Party per pale gules and or; two lions affrontant counterchanged on a chief azure, a dove volant nimbed argent.

Coat of arms of family Iorio (de o di) or Jorio (de o di) in the Kingdom of Naples.

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Coat of arms of family Iorio

2. Coat of arms of family Iorio
Language of the text: English

Azure, on a bend, or, three lions, sable. Motto: De Forti Fulcedo

Blazon reconstructed from the Coat of arms on the tomb of Cardinal Domenico Iorio in the Church of Sant’Apollinare in Rome.

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