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Last name: Tolentino

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Language of the text: English
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Tolentino


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Nobility crown TolentinoFrieze of the comital title. It is a branch of the famous Mauruzi family from Tolentino. Giovanni was very dear to Duke Francesco Sforza who he had followed in the various events, and went with him to Milan, and there he prepared himself to Isotta, natural daughter of the same duke, who granted him many fiefdoms, including Bereguardo that the family preserved with title until its extinction in 1838. The presence of the motto in the documented bibliography of the family confirms the ancestral nobility of the family. In fact, the origin of the motto dates back to around the 14th century and must be sought in those witty sayings that were written on the banners or flags of the knights, displayed on the windows of the inns where they stayed, during the tournaments, and during the tournaments themselves . The motto was a thought expressed in a few words, ...

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Blazon Tolentino

Coat of arms of family Tolentino

1. Coat of arms of family: Tolentino
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, al leone d'oro, tenente una spada d'argento, guarnita del secondo, accompagnato nel punto del capo da una stella di otto raggi d'oro. Motto: Infelix nimia fide.

Citato in "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol. terzo, pag. 25, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1888.

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Coat of arms of family Tolentino

2. Coat of arms of family: Tolentino
Language of the text: Italiano


Stemma Tolentino dell'Italia

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