Posts Tagged ‘ Heraldry ’

The book of heraldry, Hans Ulrich fish with the demolition of the Habsburg History

Demolition of the Habsburg story in rhyme with pen and ink drawings of coats of arms of the Hapsburg coat of arms race, including the spouse; often portrayed as an alliance crest.



Family coat of arms from Offenbach Leisegang

Family coat of arms Leisegang in Lucerne and Ingenbohl originating in Offenbach. Creation in November 2007, Horlacher Herald Marcel in Zurich. Those: State Archives of Lucerne. The collection includes more than 2500 Coat of arms of families with citizenship in the canton of Lucerne. It was largely by the archivists J. Gauch and P. X. Weber at the beginning of the 20. Century together.



Rostock learned from the last three centuries

The multi-volume work includes biographical descriptions of the scholars who have lived and worked in Rostock. This elaborate work was written by a Protestant theologian and historian Johann Bernhard Krey (*December 1771 + 6. October 1826) This scholarly history (as was the digital edition of the Rostock University Library provided) He earned great merits in Mecklenburg. Krey had studied at the University of Rostock and theology in Jena. In 1807 ordered him to be deacon and 1814 the pastor at St.. Petri in Rostock. 1816 was[...]



History of Heraldry

This important reference work was written by Gustav Adelbert Seyler and appeared in a New Town. d. Aisch in: Bauer & Raspe, 1970. It includes the structure of the stands, the knighthood is illuminated thematically, as the tournaments. We continue to sample the ancestors and the legal battle, the prehistory of the coat of arms, The coat of arms symbolism, the coat of arms art, Heraldry and coat of arms right. A section is devoted to the mathematical and philosophical school and Philipp Jacob Spener. The whole is rounded off with a detailed index and images of some original shields.



Castle Archive

A recommended online directory to individual noble families, and manors, Castles from the states of Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse, Nordwestbayern und Baden-Württemberg.