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Last name: Manassei

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Conti
Nobles in:Italia (Stato Pontificio)
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Manassei


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Nobility crown ManasseiIl Baronio, valoroso e dotto cardinale bibliotecario della vaticana, nei suoi Annales eccl., continuati dal Raynalus e dal Theiner afferma con fondatezza essere questa famiglia di origine francese da prima del 936 epoca in cui si trasferì in Italia. I Manassei per la eccezionale considerazione della quale godevano a Roma ed in Umbria coprirono lusinghiere ed altissime cariche e ottennero non comuni onorificenze. Nell'anno 1333 sotto il Pontificato Avignonese, di Benedetto XII, Angelo ottenne la pedometri della città di Orvieto. Essendosi resa disponibile la Castellania di Sangemini, fu, prima della elevazione in Principato a favore dei Santacroce conferita a Branca Manassei. Con Ciccolo ebbero i Manassei la padronanza su Castel di Papigno presso Terni. L'illustre città di Firenze, onorò i Manassei col nominarli Podestà negli anni 1374 con Fuccio, nel 1402 con Cipriano, che ricoprì nuovamente tale suprema magistratura nel 1424. Altre importanti podesterie coprirono i Manassei nel 1402 a ...
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Blazon Manassei

Coat of arms of family Manassei

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

Troncato: nel primo di argento al leone al naturale illeopardito sostenuto da un bastone di rosso posto in banda, ed addestrato da un giglio dello stesso; nel secondo fasciato innestato di rosso e di argento di quattro pezzi; il tutto col capo d'Angiò.

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2° Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro al sinistrocherio armato, tenente colla mano di carnagione un cero acceso, al naturale; al capo d'oro caricato di un'aquila coronata di nero.


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