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Last name: Pinto Y Mendoza

Dossier: 14073
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Language of the text: Portugûes
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Nobility: Patrizi - Marchesi - Principi
Nobles in:Portogallo - Italia (Regno di Napoli)
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Nobility crown Pinto Y MendozaFamília patrícia e fundadora de origem portuguesa, passou no napolitano, onde contraiu parentesco com as mais ilustres famílias napolitanas, entre as quais com Mendoza, cujo sobrenome ele acrescentou à sua, ele assumiu vários feudos e recebeu os títulos de príncipe e marquês. Foi adicionado no século XVIII ao patrocínio napolitano na antiga sede do Porto. A família participou da história de Nápoles e de seus eventos no passado, contribuindo um pouco para os nobres e escritórios institucionais da mesma cidade, feitos pelos reis que reinaram no Ducado de Nápoles. Muitos reinos passaram por essa província bizantina, governada por um dux. Em 638, Nápoles era dependente do governador da Sicília e mais tarde governada diretamente pelo imperador. O duque-bispo Stefano II foi o primeiro dos duques eletivos a suceder-se por cerca de um século, seguido pelos duques hereditários. Além de Nápoles, o ducado incluía Pozzuoli, Cuma, Sorrento e a Terra del ...
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Blazon Pinto Y Mendoza

Coat of arms of family Pinto y Mendoza

1° Coat of arms of family Pinto y Mendoza
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, a cinque crescenti d'oro, 2, 1 e 2.

Blasone della famiglia Pinto y Mendoza. Fonte bibliografica: "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol.II, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1888.

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