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Ludovico Brusini

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 19th July 2022. Registration No. 0646 (Vol.4).

Arms: Azure, a demi-goat rampant Argent issuant from a tri-mount Vert.

Crest: A demi-goat rampant Argent.

Motto:  Sensim Brusantis.

Assumed: No later than the end of the XVII century.


The arms of Ludovico
                                              Brusini

There is no grant of arms in existence however, the authenticity and antiquity of the coat of arms are certified by court antiquarian appraisals, particularly on the keystone of the ancient family residence.

The family is an ancient Burgher family residing in the outskirts of Verona, Italy, under the Republic of Venice. The ancient Parish books report the family head as “Oppidanus”, a term usually reserved for wealthy bourgeois and local administrators. The arms are canting, Brusini being a diminutive of “Brus”, a medieval north-Italian goat cheese still made today. The oldest surviving artifact with the arms dates back to the XVII century.

The motto “Sensim Brusantis” (burning softly/gradually) is an onomatopoeia of the family name. It is close to a verse from Teofilo Folegno’s book “Baldo”, printed in 1533 in Venice and very popular at that time (Vol.2 Liber XIX: “illa calet sensim, candela more brusantis”; she goes down slowly, like a burning candle). This similarity might indicate that the arms, or the motto, were assumed around that time.

At the death of Faustino, his son Ludovico, from San Michele, 37132 VR, Italy, (born 15/08/1844) inherited the arms. At Ludovico’s death, the arms were inherited and used by his only daughter Gelmina (born 4 March 1872). The arms have been registered at the request of Daniele Scarpi, whose great-grandfather married Gelmina in 1896.


 

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