Ancient and noble Lombard family from Milan spread over the centuries in various northern cities. 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. Among this family its origin in Lombardy, the painful tongues cannot criticize against the very ancient origin, and progress of this very clear family. Of Lombard origin, his first memoirs in Milan date back to the time of Frederick II, according to Morgia Paolo in the "Nobility of Milan divided into six books" printed in Milan in 1595. The same author reports that this is one of the most noble and ancient Milan families. ...
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1. Coat of arms of family: Tagliabò
Language of the text: Italiano
Di rosso, ad un bue passante d'azzurro, accompagnato in capo da un'aquila di nero, coronata d'oro.
Blasone della famiglia Tagliabò. Fonte bibliografica: "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti", compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1888.
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