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Last name: Windisch-Graetz

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Language of the text: Italiano
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Nobility crown Windisch-GraetzFamiglia di probabile origine Bavarese. Ulrico W. è menzionato in un documento di Federico II dell'anno 1242 ed in un documento del Duca Federico d'Austria del 1248. Nella seconda metà del XIII secolo si stabilisce in Stiria, nei pressi di Graz. Ermanno, nel 1297, fu giudice municipale di dettà città. Insigniti del titolo di Baroni del S.R.I. con privilegio del 7 luglio 1551; successivamente in data 2 agosto 1658, Amedeo e la sua discendenza ottennero il titolo di Conte del S.R.I.*. A Veriando, capostipite della linea italiana della famiglia, fu conferito, assieme al fratello maggiore maresciallo Alfredo, il titolo di Principe dell'Impero d'Austria in data 18 maggio 1822. *Sacro Romano Impero, nome ufficialmente assunto dal ricostituito Impero Romano d'Occidente dopo la solenne incoronazione di Carlo Magno avvenuto in Roma (800). I titoli nobiliari del Sacro Romano Impero, secondo il massimario della Consulta Araldica sono stati conferiti a famiglie italiane, per ...
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Blazon Windisch-Graetz

Coat of arms of family Windischgrätz

1° Coat of arms of family Windischgrätz
Language of the text: Français

Écartelé; aux 1. et 4. de gueules à une tête et col de loup d'argent languée de gueules (Windischgrätz) celle du 1. contournée; au 2. de sable, à trois annelets d'or (Waldstein) au 3. de sable au chevron d'argent et au chef du même (Wolfsthal). Sur le tout écartelé a. et d. de gueules, au gonfalon d'argent (Pfannstetten); b. et c. d'argent, à la barre de sable (Schalleck). Sur le tout du tout de gueules, à une tête de poisson d'or en bande (Gradner). Trois casques couronnés. Cimiers 1° la tête de loup du 1 Lambrequin d'argent et de gueules 2° l'arête de poisson brochant en fasce sur trois plumes d'autruche de gueules Lambrequin d'or et de gueules 3° un écran circulaire de sable ch. de six annelets d'or en orle. Lambrequin d'or et de sable. Supports deux loups regardants au naturel Manteau de gueules frangé d'or doublé d'hermine sommé d'une couronne princière. (Les comtes du nom portent ces armes sans manteau)

Blason de la famille Windischgrätz Barons de Waldstein (Ren. du titre de comte, 1557; princes, 24 mai 1804, et 1822). Source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome II L-Z".

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