Ancient and noble family from Verona. Commendator GB of Crollalanza reports the blazon of this family in the volumes of his historical dictionary of blazons of Italian noble and notable families. The foreign families, who after 1420 came to live in Verona, and who, having possessions in the city or in the territory, were registered in the sample of the appraisal, although many of them were of illustrious origin, yet except in a few cases were not aggregated to the Noble Council if not after half a century and others after a hundred years, and up to two hundred, and even more. Those who had been noble, as soon as they were admitted to the Council, became so. But it is not to be believed that they all acquired the nobility in the year in which they began to belong to him; many of them were already nobles before joining ...
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1. Coat of arms of family: Qumana
Language of the text: Italiano
Spaccato; nel primo partito d'argento e di rosso; nel secondo di nero pieno; colla fascia d'azzurro, attraversante sul tutto, e caricata da una stella d'oro posta fra due rose d'argento.
Blasone della famiglia Qumana. Fonte bibliografica: "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol.III, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1888.
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