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Last name: Tognoli

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Tognoli


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Nobility crown TognoliAlte Familie, die Richter und berühmte Leute hatte. Carlo, Chef des Ingenieurbataillons, Kav. des Königlichen Ordens von St. Louis, der Ehrenlegion und des Imperiums. In seiner Arbeit "Berühmte italienische Familien im Blatt, und mit ihm die Autoren im Einvernehmen, ist Litta eine adelige lombardische Familie. In den frühen Jahrzehnten des Jahres 1100 folgten nach einer Einigung die vier Adelsklassen und Mailänder Städte der Viscounts, der Kapitäne, Von den Valvassori (Subfeudatari) und den Soldaten des Volkes, die von Konsuln regiert wurden, bildete die Signorile-Gemeinde von Mailand, die sich allmählich aus der Gerichtsbarkeit des Bischofs zurückzog, die beiden kirchlichen und bürgerlichen Mächte klar voneinander. Die Stadtfamilien gehörten größtenteils der Volksklasse an und aus der Motta-Gesellschaft stammend, die seit 1036 gegen den Adel bestand. Unter diesen listet der Guasco di Bisio die Familie Tognoli auf, die in diesen Jahrhunderten nach Mailand gezogen ist, die Staatsbürgerschaft erworben hat und bald bekannt ist, Oberkommandobüros und ...

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Blazon Tognoli

Coat of arms of family Tognoli

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Italiano

Spaccato; nel primo d'oro, all'aquila d'argento; nel secondo d'azzurro, al castello torricellato di due pezzi, aperto del campo, accompagnato in capo da due stelle di otto raggi d'oro, fra cui una testa di profilo al naturale.

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