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Last name: Malossi

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Lombardia)
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Variations Last name: Malosso
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Malossi
Variations Last name: Malosso


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Nobility crown MalossiFamiglia decurionale cremonese originaria del Borgo di Soresina, scritta Malossi o Malosso si è stabilita verso la fine del sec. XVI in Cremona, alla cui nobiltà fu ascritta. Il Litta nelle sua opera " Famiglie celebri italiane in foglio, e con lui gli autori concordemente, essere questa una nobile famiglia Lombarda. Nei primi decenni del 1100 in seguito ad un accordo, le quattro classi nobili e cittadine milanesi dei visconti, dei capitani ,dei valvassori (subfeudatari) e dei militi del popolo, costituirono, retto da consoli, il Comune Signorile di Milano che sottraendosi poco a poco alla giursdizione del vescovo separò nettamente i due poteri ecclesiastico e civile. Le famiglie cittadine erano in gran parte di ceto popolare e provenienti dalla società della Motta ch'ebbe vita sin dal 1036 in opposizione alla nobiltà. Tra queste il Guasco di Bisio elenca questa famiglia che si trasferì in quei secoli a Milano acquisendone ...

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Blazon Malossi
Variations Last name: Malosso

Coat of arms of family Malossi

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

Spaccato; nel 1° d'argento, alle tre bande d'azzurro; nel 2° di rosso, a due cani accucciati affrontati tra due ossa d'argento su un terreno di verde.

Blasone della famiglia Malosso. Fonte bibliografica del blasone: "Stemmario Sommi Picenardi" custodito presso l'Archivio di Stato di Cremona. Note: si trova anche la forma Malossi.

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