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Last name: San Bonifacio

Dossier: 19454
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Conti - Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Veneto)
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Variations Last name: Sambonifacio
Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families

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San Bonifacio
Variations Last name: Sambonifacio


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Nobility crown San BonifacioStorica, antichissima famiglia veronese, di origine germanica e così chiamata dal luogo ove ebbe giurisdizione con titolo comitale fin da tempi assai remoti e derivante da un marchese Milone, conte di Verona nel 923 e che ebbe anche il dominio di Mantova, Cremona e Ravenna. La signoria di Verona fu tenuta anche da Uberto nel 1005 e Bonifacio nel 1073. Furono podestà della città altro Bonifacio nel 1169, Lodovico nel 1211 e Ricciardo nel 1221. Questa familgia, oltre alle signorie e feudi, fu dotata di immense ricchezze ed ebbe notevolissima importanza nelle vicende delle città venete specialmente nei secoli XII e XIII. In questo periodo i Sambonifacio, appartenendo alla parte guelfa, combatterono contro i Monicoli, che sostenevano il partito ghibellino e subirono confische e l'esilio, ma poi richiamati in patria ripresero parte alla vita pubblica, e dal 1477 al 1743 appartennero al nobile Consiglio della città e diedero giudici di ...
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Blazon San Bonifacio
Variations Last name: Sambonifacio

Coat of arms of family San Bonifacio

1° Coat of arms of family San Bonifacio
Language of the text: Italiano

Inquartato: nel primo e cuarto di azzurro alla stella di sei raggi d'oro; nel secondo e terzo palato d'argento e di nero; il tutto col capo di argento alla croce di rosso.


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  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families