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Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria

Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria

Pretty cool quick visual reference: History of war uniforms in one image, 1066-2014. #history #research

Pretty cool quick visual reference: History of war uniforms in one image, 1066-2014. #history #research

Wappen des kaiserlichen Rates Georg von Logau (f°293r). -- Sammelband mehrerer Wappenbücher, [S.l.] Süddeutschland (Augsburg ?), um 1530 [BSB-Hss Cod.icon. 391].

Wappen des kaiserlichen Rates Georg von Logau (f°293r). -- Sammelband mehrerer Wappenbücher, [S.l.] Süddeutschland (Augsburg ?), um 1530 [BSB-Hss Cod.icon. 391].

Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria

Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria

«Wappenbuch des churbayrischen Adels» (Copie eines Originals von 1560), Band 1, [S.l.], 18. Jh. [BSB-Hss Cgm 1508 - urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb00002248-9] -- Presentation at: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.fr/2007/03/wappenbuch.html -- Hans Jacob Fugger, Freiherr zu Kirchberg un Weißenhorn (Bildnr.28)

«Wappenbuch des churbayrischen Adels» (Copie eines Originals von 1560), Band 1, [S.l.], 18. Jh. [BSB-Hss Cgm 1508 - urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb00002248-9] -- Presentation at: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.fr/2007/03/wappenbuch.html -- Hans Jacob Fugger, Freiherr zu Kirchberg un Weißenhorn (Bildnr.28)

БИТВА ПРИ МИКАЛЕ. журнал militerra

БИТВА ПРИ МИКАЛЕ. журнал militerra

Lichtenberg coat-of-arms. Graf Philipp I. von Hanau (1417-1480) x Anna von Lichtenberg (f°5r) -- «Bellifortis», by Konrad Kyeser, Elsaß, um 1460 [Frankfurt Universität UB Ms. germ. qu. 15]

Lichtenberg coat-of-arms. Graf Philipp I. von Hanau (1417-1480) x Anna von Lichtenberg (f°5r) -- «Bellifortis», by Konrad Kyeser, Elsaß, um 1460 [Frankfurt Universität UB Ms. germ. qu. 15]

Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria.

Wein Museum Karlsplatz, Vienna Austria.

Wappen des Geschlechts Sickingen aus dem Scheiblerschen Wappenbuch um 1495.

Wappen des Geschlechts Sickingen aus dem Scheiblerschen Wappenbuch um 1495.

The funerary helm of the second Howard Duke of Norfolk. In 1513 he led Henry’s troops to victory against the Scots at Flodden. After his death he lay in state in the chapel of Framlingham Castle for a month before his funeral at Thetford. There the helm was carried by Windsor Herald. The original helmet of about 1500 had been altered, with the chin guard and visor riveted into a funerary helm. Note the lion crest denoting that the family was of royal descent.

The funerary helm of the second Howard Duke of Norfolk. In 1513 he led Henry’s troops to victory against the Scots at Flodden. After his death he lay in state in the chapel of Framlingham Castle for a month before his funeral at Thetford. There the helm was carried by Windsor Herald. The original helmet of about 1500 had been altered, with the chin guard and visor riveted into a funerary helm. Note the lion crest denoting that the family was of royal descent.

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