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Last name: Tagliavia

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Principi - Marchesi -Conti - Duchi
Nobles in:Italia
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Variations Last name: Tagliavia d'Aragona
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Tagliavia
Variations Last name: Tagliavia d'Aragona


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Nobility crown TagliaviaQuesta illustre famiglia vanta discendere da un Manfredi di Svevia, che assunse il cognome in seguito ad una riuscita operazione di guerra, nella quale tagliò la ritirata al nemico e la testa ai prigionieri e che portò la famiglia in Milano; donde si vuole che sia passata in Sicilia in persona di un Guido, capitano al servizio dell'imper. Arrigo VI. Possedette in Sicilia il principato di Castelvetrano; i ducati di Alagona e di Terranova; i marchesati di Avola, di Favara, di Terranova e di San Giacomo; la contea di Borgetto; le baronie di Aquirbuna o Nirbuna, Burgio Miluzio, Castelvetrano, Lazzarino, Perrana, ecc. Un Bartolomeo con privilegio del 18 gennaio 1299 ottenne concessione della terra di Castelvetrano; un Federico, milite, fu pretore di Palermo; un Giovanni tenne la stessa carica in detta città; un Francesco la tenne nel 1342-43; un Antonino fu capitano di giustizia in Salemi negli anni 1404-5-6; un ...

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Blazon Tagliavia
Variations Last name: Tagliavia d'Aragona

Coat of arms of family Tagliavia d'Aragona

1. Coat of arms of family: Tagliavia d'Aragona
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro, con un albero di palma fruttifero d'oro e fogliato di verde. Mantello di velluto frangiato d'oro, sormontato dalla corona di principe del S. R. Impero.

Blasone della famiglia Tagliavia o Tagliavia d'Aragona. Fonte: "Blasone In Sicilia ossia Raccolta Araldica" V. Palizzolo Gravina, Palermo 1871-75, p. 359.

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