Zamagna

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Zamagna
Džamanjić, Zamanjić
Country Republic of Ragusa
Austria-Hungary

The Zamagna (in Italian; Džamanjić or Zamanjić in Serbo-Croatian) was one of the noble families (post-Roman patriciates) of the Republic of Ragusa.

History[edit]

Middle Ages[edit]

The Zamagna received patrician status in 1172.[1] According to Ragusan sources the family had moved to Ragusa from Zahumlje (Chelmo), and had hailed from Puglia (Zamagna, di Chelmo Balislavo. ixiti di Puglia, venuti 1172).[2] The name of the progenitor, Balislavo, shows a Slavic origin.[3]

Early modern period[edit]

  • Marino Zamagna/Marin Zamanja (fl. 1533)
  • Bernardo Zamagna/Brno Zamanja (1735-1820)

Džamanjić in Austria[edit]

The aristocracy was known as nobili and was given to the following members of the family in 10 November, 1 and 16 December 1817, for Luko, Marijana, Matija, Frano Matej, and Matej, after the fall of the Republic at the hands of the Austrian Empire.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viscountess Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe Strangford (1864). The Eastern Shores of the Adriatic in 1863: With a Visit to Montenegro. R. Bentley. pp. 129–. 
  2. ^ Carl Georg Friedrich Heyer von Rosenfeld; Otto Titan von Hefner (1857). Der Adel des Herzogthums Krain und der Grafschaften Görz und Gradiska. Bauer und Raspe (J. Merz). pp. 1–. 
  3. ^ Posebna izdanja. Jugoslavenska Akademya Znanosti i Umjetnosti. Centar za Znanstveni. 1911. ... koje da potječu iz slavenskih krajeva: „Alesio“ iz Zete (ali se dodaje: starinom iz Napulja), „Branize“ iz Zadra, „Bubagnia“ iz Bosne (ali se dodaje: starinom iz Pulje), „Balislavo“ iz Zahumlja, „Beno“ iz Cavtata (ali se dodaje: starinom iz Pulje), ... 

Sources[edit]

  • Adelslexikon des österreichischen Kaisertums 1804-1918 p,212 (4758-4759-4760), Peter Frank-Döfering
  • Der Adel in Kärnten, Krain und Dalmatien" J.Siebmacher großes Wappenbuch Band 29 Dalmatiner Adel, page 23 and 90.
  • Heinrich Graf Džamanjić, k u k LinSchiffLt YG Pula, Gefürstete Grafschaf Görz u. Gradiska Küstenland mit Triest, High-Life-Almanach : Adressbuch der Gesellschaft Wiens und der österreichischen Kronländer.1913, p. 151
  • Nikola Zamanjić, k k BezObKmsr = Zadar, Königreich Dalmatien, High-Life-Almanach : Adressbuch der Gesellschaft Wiens und der österreichischen Kronländer.1913, p. 389