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Last name: Tartagna

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Conti
Nobles in:Italia (Emilia Romagna)
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Variations Last name: Tartagni
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Tartagna
Variations Last name: Tartagni


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Nobility crown TartagnaNobile e patrizia della città d'Imola, di cui un Tiberio fu gonfaloniere nel 1073, e Calisto generale della Repubblica Veneta nel 1067. Trapiantata in Udine nella seconda metà del XVII secolo, fu ascritta a quel nobile Consiglio nel 1699. Nel 1728 ottenne il titolo comitale coll'investitura conseguita di una porzione del feudo giurisdizionale e delle due ville di Leonaco e Tavagnaco, e venne confermata nobile con sovrana risoluzione 9 Dic. 1819. A questa famiglia ha appartenuto il titolo di Conte, titolo che solevasi dagli imperatori a coloro che erano al loro fianco. Da questi Conti si sceglieva coloro che venivano destinati a soprintendere agli uffizi del regio palazzo, ed altri erano mandati al governo delle provincie dell'impero ed a gurdare i confini. Erano poi altri conti, estranei ai cennati uffizi, come quelli addetti all'annona, al commercio; ed anche i provveditori dell'esercito si ebbero quel titolo. Ai tempi dei Goti la ...

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Blazon Tartagna
Variations Last name: Tartagni

Coat of arms of family Tartagni, Tartagna

1. Coat of arms of family: Tartagni, Tartagna
Language of the text: Italiano

D'oro, alla banda di rosso.

Blasone della famiglia Tartagna o Tartagni ricostruito da un disegno conservato presso la Biblioteca Comunale dell'Archiginnasio di Bologna nell'opera "Il Blasone bolognese, cioè Arme gentilizie di famiglie bolognesi, nobili, cittadinesche e aggregate" di Floriano Canetoli realizzata tra il 1791 e il 1795.

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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