House of Džamanjić

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Džamanjić
Zamanjić, (de) Zamagna
Country Republic of Ragusa
Austria-Hungary
Ethnicity Croats

The House of Džamanjić (or Zamanjić), also Zamagna,[1] was an old noble family from the Republic of Ragusa. The family came in the year 1172 from Kotor. 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.

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  1. ^ Navis aeria of B. Zamagna by Bernardo Zamagna & Mary B. McElwain, Marjorie -1939.
    • Note: In the city of Ragusa today live two noble Italian families bearing the names Zamagna and Caboga. Among his forbears several names stand out especially: Pietro Zamagna was a famous theologian of the fifteenth century, a Franciscan noted.

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  • 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