Heraldry () is a broad term, encompassing the design, display, and study of armorial bearings (known as armory), as well as related disciplines, such as vexillology, together with the study of ceremony, rank, and pedigree. Armory, the best-known branch of heraldry, concerns the design and transmission of the heraldic achievement. The achievement, or armorial bearings usually includes a coat of arms on a shield, helmet, and crest, together with any accompanying devices, such as supporters, badges, heraldic banners, and mottoes.Although the use of various devices to signify individuals and groups goes back to antiquity, both the form and use of …



UCIPR: Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research · 5 May 2023 English

The main priority of the oblast’s economic sector is the preparations for the sowing campaign, accom panied by the preparation for the humanitarian demining of the oblast. [...] Despite the …

names again. However, the so­called experts of “Heraldry of Russia” have started dealing with the matter

UNODC: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime · 12 January 2023 English

Retail heroin bags in New York were often individual seizure to the drug trade in other parts of marked with stamps and signs that referred to the the world and …

hand- 553-566; T. Wendel and R. Curtis (2000) “The heraldry of pressed stamps found on the heroin bags. heroin:

FAS: Federation of American Scientists · 2023 English

Purple Heart Medal Source: The Institute of Heraldry, Personal Decorations: Purple Heart.

UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation · 2023 English

valuable publications; 5) collections of numismatics, heraldry, epigraphy and individual items; 6) weapons and

RDI: Rural Development Institute · 7 June 2022 English

The style, believed to have originated at Oxford and Cambridge Universities in the 1300s, derived from the common religious and academic garb of the time. [...] The Originally donated by …

ARMS Steeped in the deeply symbolic meanings of heraldry, the Brandon University Coat of Arms was originally

CIS: Centre for Independent Studies · 27 September 2021 English

a great row, with Stalin’s Comintern advisors: their experience lay in the Soviet communists’ core support Mao’s radical romantics from the urban industrial proletariat, while Mao developed the winning strategy …

inventiveness, seizing their opportunity rituals and heraldry continue to dominate Party to restore family fortunes

PILAR: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar · 21 September 2021 Croatian

Hrvatski nacionalni odbor za povijesne znanosti • Društvo za hrvatsku povjesnicu i Sveučilište u Rijeci, Filozofski fakultet – Odsjek za povijest u suradnji sa Zavodom za povijesne i društvene znanosti …

(„Leksikon hrvatske heraldike – Lexicon of Croatian Heraldry“), te time uspostavljanja i osnaživanja znanstveno-stručne

Trinity House · 15 September 2021 English

It is with sadness that the Master, the of HRH The Duke of Gloucester, and on 30 July 1974 the Duke of Edinburgh Court and the staff of Trinity House …

of naval strength for more than 500 years with heraldry, geometric form, material, nation emerged from

PILAR: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar · 25 June 2021 English

STATE REPRESENTATION, NATION BUILDING AND THE VISUAL ARTS IN AUSTRIA 1898 1938 The lecture sheds light on the continuities and breaks in state representation and art politics in Austria between …

Museum as a museum pedagogue, and has curated e Heraldry and Sphragistics Collection since 2005. Since scientific articles in the fields of museology, heraldry, and sphragistics with an emphasis on Croatian Museum of Macedonia on Early Christian Art and Heraldry in Macedonia. She has written six books so far television episodes on art history, monuments and heraldry in Macedonia. LIVE SESSION 7.B SILVA KALČIĆ Assistant

KTEF: Knights Templar Eye Foundation · 11 March 2021

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