Archive for September 2009

The noble Adelebsen

This old noble family belonged to the nobility and Göttingen first appears in documents in 1111 Knights of Bertholdus miles de Wicbike. After moving to the castle, the brothers Adelebsen Dietmar and Bodo 1234 mentioned in documents. As Reichl marriages, the family had acquired the dominion Grone at Göttingen. They belonged to the nobility of the knights economic Calenberger country.



Medieval seal of the archdiocese of Magdeburg

This book is in three parts, deals extensively with the research arms of the same figures and formations and the associated question of the origin and dissemination of the appropriate sex, with forays into the genealogies. Their possible association with other tribal, or cities- Geistlichkeits-seals and also references to related illustrations, the importance of the emblems, and a detailed explanation of the historical and heraldic seal and coat of arms for the purposes of art and cultural history.



Heraldic History of Art in Switzerland

The author of the book "The History of Heraldic Art in Switzerland in the XII. and XIII. Century, "the territory of Switzerland to the study selected in this book, has taken place here since the development of heraldry under the influence of French and Italian culture trends early and rapidly and because the country is rich in heraldic monuments. Among the illustrations are , to name a few examples, the seal of the Count of Montfort 1214, the Count Rudolf of Habsburg 1243, Ulrich[...]



History of the family of Ditfurth

Quedlinburg (Marshal) Line: Occurring around the year 1148 and almost 400 Years in the Quedlinburg foundation documents, the family is traced. Its members were the chief of the imperial ministeriales, free secular pen St. Servatii. Who held the Erbmarschallamt the abbesses and probably had their fief in the nearby village Ditfurth, of the whole race was his name. In 1328 they lived but also already been shown in the adjacent paths of life as a vassal Halberstadt. This line became extinct in the male line with the canon of Halberstadt John X. um das Jahr  [...]



Historical Maps 1830-1837