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Baron Ettore Gallelli Benso de Salazar

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 15th April 2016. Registration No. 0388 (Vol.3).

Arms: Or, in chief an eagle displayed Sable and crowned of Or and in base on a grassy terrace to dexter a fox statant regardant to sinister a cockerel all Proper.

Crest: The coronet of an Italian Baron.

Recorded: Annuario Della Nobilta' Italiana Edition 2011-2012-2014

The Arms of Baron Ettore Gallelli Benso de Salazar

The Gallelli Barons of Badolato were the last feudal lords of Badolato and, having had political and judicial power over their feu, were able to influence and control the territory, the economy and the village.

The noble family originally Dalmatian of Zadar, the Gallelli are cited for the first time in the twelfth century of the one hundred patrician families in Zadar. Among the most illustrious ancestors are the bishops Zaratini Petrus 1138. Gallis and Lampridio Gallellus 1148.

The design of the armiger’s coat of arms originates in the original coat used by Gallelli in Zadar: on a red field a silver rooster, standing on a green mountain of three peaks. It is though that the “modern” coat possibly came about following the migration of the race from Calabria but it is not known why they added the black eagle, and red fox.

One of his most important of the family’s ancestors was Baron Don Giuseppe Gallelli, lawyer, Mayor of the nobles of Badolato from 1871 to 1888. crown knight of Italy. Intelligent and farsighted, he was one of the first to understand the need 'of a national monarchy which when unified would be able to cope with the monarchies of the great European states.

The Armiger and his brother, Don Alberto Gallelli Benso are, by decree of the President of the Republic (1999) allowed to add to their own, the surname of their mother, Benso.

The armiger’s older brother, Don Hector is the eleventh Gallelli Baron of Badolato , Patrician of Stilo, Earl of Pago and Ninth and Patrician of Zara, knight of Malta, knights of St. John in Catanzaro, knight jure sanguinis of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George Spain, and in the last guard of honour at the Savoy royal tombs.

The Armiger is engaged in the management of the family real estate company along with his brother.

 

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