Capocci

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The family Capocci was a noble family originally Umbria.

History[edit]

John Podesta of Perugia in 1223 and Senator Giacomo of Rome in 1254. Chamberlain rag about a Consul Romanus Capoccius Romanorum in 1221. Giovan-Vincenzo wrote the story of his family. A branch of Capocci has flourished in Viterbo, which came and Raniero Monaco Cistercian then created Cardinal by Pope Innocent III. Safe House of noble birth or notable, given the traditional bibliographic sources preserved in the archives of Araldis that prove that the family C. has left traces of itself in time. The fact that the strain C. a known origin, indicated by the texts in Lazio, reveals how they felt the need to bind to a chronology of historical or their place in the territory, in order to perpetuate the pomp, the deeds and the value of the family. It is only the beginning of the fifteenth century, which are more frequent concessions licenses to individuals and families with no feud. Confirmation of some of the family dwelling C. in Rome and Viterbo is to confirm how you are entitled to a family who knew how to raise their right arms to the rank of nobles.

Arms[edit]

The crown of relevance is made by a circle of gold, pure, cloudy, guilloche, burnished edges, supporting eight large pearls around, of which five are visible, placed on the rim. The blazon is the reading of and in the case of the family C. appears to be the palate of red and gold, the wave band of azure on everything. The badges simple age and older with a limited number of figures, are more complicated then, with divisions and greater variety of shapes, colors and ornaments. In this case, the prevalence of red represents the modesty, chastity, true God and the ardent love of neighbor, justice as well as the nobility conspicuous, domination, revenge, audacity, courage, value, shedding blood in the war, fortitude, generosity, a burning desire. The largest of the colors of arms and is the symbol of fire.

References[edit]