Resti (family)

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Resti
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Country Republic of Ragusa

The Resti[a] was a Ragusan noble family. It was an old patrician family, originating in Dalmatia.[citation needed] In the 14th century, it was made up of two branches.[1] In the beginning of the 15th century Ragusan nobility were present in Novo Brdo as merchants or mining lords; Resti were also present.[2] After 1808, with the French occupation and division of the Ragusan nobility into two groups, the family joined the Salamancanists, along with the Bassegli, Benessa, Bonda, Buća, Giorgi-Bona, Gradi, Ragnina, and Tudisi, while Gondola, Palmotta, Proculo were Sorbonnists; the rest of Ragusan nobility had branches, more or less, in both groups.[3]

Members[edit]

  • Vita de Resti[4]
  • Michael de Resti/Rasti (Serbo-Croatian: Mihailo Rastić; fl. 1389–96), Ragusan merchant, active at Drijeva.[5]
  • Michael de Resti (fl. 1420s), procurator at the Bosnian court.[6]
  • Giunio Resti (1671–1735), historian.
  • Giunio Resti (1755–1814), politician, governor and writer.

Annotations[edit]

  1. ^ Also spellt Rasti. The name has been Slavicized into Restić and Rastić.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mahnken 1960, p. 388.
  2. ^ Josif Konstantin Jireček (1951). Trgovački drumovi i rudnici Srbije i Bosne u srednjem vijeku. Svjetlost. p. 74. 
  3. ^ Dubrovnik Annals. 7. Zavod za povijesne znanosti Hrvatske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti u Dubrovniku. 2003. p. 45. 
  4. ^ Mahnken 1960, p. 389.
  5. ^ Malović-Đukić, Marica (1998) [1997]. "Delatnost Stefana Marinova u drugoj polovini XIV veka". Историјски часопис. Istorijski institut. 44: 103–110. 
  6. ^ Mahnken 1960, p. 392.

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