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Last name: Pillado

Dossier: 650420
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España
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Heraldic Trace :
Pillado


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Nobility crown PilladoMuchos linajes de esta denominación probaron su nobleza en las Ordenes de Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, Montesa, (corporaciones nacidas para luchar contra los moros, cooperando a la Reconquista, y asegurar el orden, protegiendo a los peregrinos y desvalidos), Carlos III y San Juan de Jerusalén (es una orden religiosa militar fundada en el siglo XI); numerosas veces en las Reales Chancillería de Valladolid y Granada, en la Real Compañía de Guardias Marinas y en la Real Audiencia de Oviedo. Los Pillado traen por arma: En gules, una torre, de plata resaltada de una barra, de oro. El estudio del escudo heráldico familiar nos "habla" de quienes formaron el origen de la familia P., pues esa era su función, la de manifestar a los demás sus elementos diferenciales, pues la inclusión del elemento torre significa que la nobleza es sólida y antigua, pues solamente los muy ricos podían costearse su construcción. Los esmaltes del arma de los P. pregonan los siguientes valores: el Gules es el símbolo de la fuerza, del poder, del amor ferviente a Dios y al prójimo, tal es el significado de este esmalte, a lo que habría que añadir el afán de dominio, el coraje, la audacia, la fortaleza y la magnanimidad, un alto porcentaje de este tipo de escudos familiares se dieron por actos de guerra. ...
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Blazon Pillado

Coat of arms of family Pillado

Coat of arms of family Pillado

Language of the text: Español

En gules, una torre, de plata resaltada de una barra, de oro.


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