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Last name: Piscitello

Dossier: 21247
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Feudatari
Nobles in:Italia
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Piscitello


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Nobility crown PiscitelloAntichissima ed illustre famiglia, originaria del Regno delle Due Sicilie, detta Piscitelli o Piscitello, la cui cognominizzazione, al dir di illustri genealogisti, deriverebbe dal mestiere di pescatore di un, oggi ignoto, capostipite. Tal casato, che, nel 1450, ossia alla morte di Francesco di Montavano, ebbe in feudo, da Ferrante I d'Aragona, Civitavecchia, in ogni epoca, sempre, si distinse per gli elevati personaggi, a cui diede i natali. Tra questi, ricordiamo: Giovanni, vescovo di Catania nel XV secolo; Nicola Antonio, vescovo di Castelgrande alla fine del XV secolo; Niccolò, creato arcivescovo di Acerenza da Papa Innocenzo VII il 17 marzo 1407; Jacopo, dal 1503 al 1507, vescovo del seggio di Lecce; Ettore, arcivescovo di Lanciano, nel teatino, dal 1568 al 1569; Giannantonio, aggregato alla Piazza dei Nobili Cosentini, con tutta la sua famiglia, nel 1574; Saverio, dottore in "utroque jure", vivente in Napoli, nel 1634; Ernesto, giurato in Noto, nel 1642; ...
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Blazon Piscitello

Coat of arms of family Piscitello

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Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro ai 3 delfini d'oro, posti ognuno in palo, alla gemella d'argento (o di nero) attraversante sul tutto.

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