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Last name: Mizael

Dossier: 613839
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Señores - Familia noble
Nobles in:España (Italia)
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Mizael


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Nobility crown MizaelMany lineages of this denomination proved their nobility in the Orders of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, Montesa, (corporations born to fight against the Moors, cooperating with the Reconquest, and ensuring order, protecting pilgrims and the helpless), Carlos III and Saint John of Jerusalem (it is a military religious order founded in the 11th century); numerous times in the Royal Chancery of Valladolid and Granada, in the Royal Company of Marine Guards and in the Royal Audience of Oviedo. The Mizael bring by weapon: In silver, an oak, from sinople, trained from a cross, from gules. The study of the family heraldic shield "tells us" about those who formed the origin of the M. family, since that was their function, that of manifesting their differential elements to others, since the inclusion of the oak element is a symbol of strong and constant encouragement in heroic actions and courageous undertakings. The enamels of the weapon of the M proclaim the following values: Silver corresponds to the symbol of the Moon, purity, sincerity, temperance, clemency and kindness are the spiritual characteristics of the family, to which we must add others such as the desire to victory and success and eloquence. ...
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Blazon Mizael

Coat of arms of family Mizael

1° Coat of arms of family Mizael
Language of the text: Español

En plata, una encina, de sinople, adiestrada de una cruz, de gules.

"Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - letras M-N-Ñ-O-P-Q-R" Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro.

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