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Wenceslai Hagecii of Libotschan Bohemian Chronicle: From the origin of their Count Bohemia, Dukes and kings

Boehmische-Chronik

Wenceslai Hagecii von Libotschan, Bohemian Chronicle, the origin of Bohemia, of their kings and Hertzogen, Earls and nobility Ankunfft, of knightly tournaments and exercises, of inwardly- and foreign wars, fortifications of the country and the cities :



Genealogical Handbook of matriculated nobility in Bavaria

Bayrischer-Adel

The Genealogical Handbook of the aristocracy are enrolled in Bavaria after the 1808 represented in the Kingdom of Bavaria in a separate registered families of nobility. The handbook is published every two-year cycle.



The ruling class in the Middle Ages

Herrenstand

Been employed in the present work is influenced by the author with the question of which individuals and groups through which people Regierungsentschlüsse at various times are. The result is a comprehensive picture of the feudal structure of our nation since the Middle Ages.



Polish Heraldry (Polish Coat of Arms)

Slepowron

The Polish nobility, there are many notable differences. The most striking feature of the system is, that a coat of arms does not belong to one family, but a number of unrelated families (sometimes hundreds of them ) Coat also called cooperative. A name does not automatically equal arms equality. Originally the Polish nobility and created a pure warrior class in the struggle with the royal power something unique in Europe - an aristocratic republic with an elected king at the top (an elected president for life)



The life story of Dr. Martin Kemnitz (1522-1586)

Martin-Kemnitz

The family came from the Martin Kemnitz, belonged to the noble dynasty of Kemnitz, of old Wendish nobility descended in Pomerania. The name comes from the Polish word “Kamien” and mean stone. The name was always written Kemnitz, to Martin, came as the lateinisierte Chemnitius form in use. The coat of arms, which can still be seen in the Martini Church in Braunschweig, has the half-closed helmet two small lilies, on their stalks woven together, their heads turned downwards. In the[...]