Binciola

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Not to be confused with Bocignolo.
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The Binciola was one of the patrician families of Dubrovnik and the Republic of Ragusa, active between the 12th and 17th centuries.[1]

Name[edit]

Their original name, in Italian, was Binciola, which was also spelled Binçola, Binzola, Biniciola, Bensiola and Buccignola.[2] In modern Croatian, it has been transcribed as Binčola, and Slavicized into Binčulić.[3]

History[edit]

They hailed from Cavtat in modern-day Croatia, then known as Epidaurum.[4] They were among the eleven smallest houses in the 15th century.[5] In the beginning of the 15th century Ragusan nobility were present in Novo Brdo as merchants or mining lords; Binçola were also present.[6] Serafim Radi enumerated the noble families that lived in Ragusa in 1588, including the Binciolla.[7]

Members[edit]

  • Bernardus (Bernardo) Bensiola/Binciola (fl. 1550–54)
  • Hieronymus D. Marini Buccignola (fl. 1559)
  • Johannes ser Marianus [Mariani] Bindola (fl. 1587)
  • Marianus Binciola (fl. 1587)
  • Marino Binciola, signore
  • Stephanus Binciola
  • Marinus Nicolai de Binciola (fl. 1647)
  • Anselmus Binciola
  • Fosco (di) Binciola
  • Giugnio de Binciola
  • Giorgi Vite Binciola

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Recueil pour l'histoire, la langue et la littØerature du peuple serbe. Vreme. 1938. p. 631. 
  2. ^ Sergio Bertelli (2004). Trittico: Lucca, Ragusa, Boston : tre città mercantili tra Cinque e Seicento. Donzelli Editore. pp. 414–. ISBN 978-88-7989-909-3. BINICIOLA/BENSIOLA/BUCCIGNOLA Bernardus Bensiola cm 1550 cm 1554 Hieronymus D. Marini Buccignola pt 1559 Johannes ser Marianus [Mariani] Bindola r 1587 Marianus Binciola cm 1587 ... 
  3. ^ Dubrovnik Annals. 6–7. Zavod za povijesne znanosti Hrvatske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti u Dubrovniku. 2002. pp. 49–55. Binciola (Binčulići) 
  4. ^ Monumenta spectantia historiam slavorum meridionalium. Academia Scientiarum et Artium Slavorum Meridionalium. 1883. Binciola (Binzola, poi Binciola)," d' Epidauro, isciti di quelli di Bodaza. 
  5. ^ David Rheubottom (2000). Age, Marriage, and Politics in Fifteenth-century Ragusa. Oxford University Press. p. 63. ISBN 978-0-19-823412-8. 
  6. ^ Josif Konstantin Jireček (1951). Trgovački drumovi i rudnici Srbije i Bosne u srednjem vijeku. Svjetlost. p. 74. 
  7. ^ Viktor Novak (2006). Revue historique. 53. Серафим Ради naôpaja да су 1588. године у Дубровнику живеле следейе властео- ске породице: Basegli, Benescia, Binciolla, Bobali, Bona, Bonda, Bucchia, Buzignolo, Caboga, Croce, Ceruia, Getaldi, Giorgi, Gondola, Gozzi, Gradi, ...