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[paper] Christian de Mérindol (Paris, F): A propos du Palais de Sintra, les priorités directionnelles et autres références

Hiltmann, Torsten (3 mars 2017)

Sala dos brasoes, Palácio Nacional, Sintra (photo: HenGomes) Dans une récente étude sur les références et pratiques à la cour royale du Portugal, nous avons relevé, notamment dans le Palais de Sintra, l'emplacement significatif de la salle des armoiries, l'orientation de l'écu royal en cette ...

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[Project:] Heraldry and Urban Visual Culture in Late Medieval England and Germany

Meer, Marcus (4 nov. 2015)

Heraldic display in a depiction of the induction of Bristol's mayor from The Maire of Bristowe is Kalendar (1478/9). (J. F. Nicholls and John Taylor, Bristol Past and Present, [Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1882].)The medieval city was a stage of heraldry: It was displayed on the city gates and towers, the ...

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Welcome to the Blog: Let’s put a new light on medieval heraldry!

Hiltmann, Torsten (12 juin 2013)

By the end of the Middle Ages, coats of arms were ubiquitous. Executed in stone, wood, stained glass and textiles or presented as textual descriptions, they penetrated virtually every public and private space. Deriving from the arbitrary signs borne on the shields of 12th century knights in battle ...

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An Armorial Cushion for Count John of Nassau-Saarbrücken as a Knight of the ‘Ordre du Croissant’ of King René of Anjou

Krafft, Otfried (16 nov. 2016)

Paris, BNF Ms. fr. 25204, fol. 49r. René of Anjou (1409–1480) was the ruler of a vast complex of territories dispersed over parts of France. Being the titular king of Sicily and Jerusalem his courtly representation was particularly splendorous as René furthered chivalric culture in many ways. In ...

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[conference] Wappenbriefe und Standeserhöhungsurkunden als Ausdruck europäischen Kulturtransfers? Beiträge zur diplomatischen Norm und sozialen Praxis im späten Mittelalter/Grants of Arms and Patents of Nobility as Expressions of a European Cultural Transfer?

Hiltmann, Torsten (12 juin 2013)

This interesting conference was announced on H-Soz-Kult. It has already taken place, nevertheless I'd like to indicate it here, looking forward to the upcomming conference report : Veranstalter: Robert Antonín (Schlesische Universität Opava [Troppau], Institut für Geschichtsforschung/Petr Elbel ...

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[Paper:] Facebook avant la lettre: Real and Fictive Friends in Medieval Urban Houses (Sabine Sommerer)

Nova, Heraldica (26 févr. 2016)

From the 14th century onwards, the decoration of medieval halls culminated  in painted coats of arms commemorating the status of their owner. Interestingly, heraldic friezes also integrated imaginary arms. They were displayed side by side with real existing ones, as for example in the Haus zum Loch ...

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L’arme segreta. Araldica e storia dell’arte nel Medioevo (secoli XIII-XV), éd. Matteo Ferrari, introd. Alessandro Savorelli, collab. Laura Cirri, Firenze, Le Lettere, 2015, pp. 350.

matteoferrari (26 oct. 2015)

Cet ouvrage collectif, issu des journées d’étude organisées au Kunsthistorisches Institut de Florence et à la Scuola Normale Superiore de Pise en 2011, représente probablement le premier volume entièrement consacré au rapport entre héraldique et histoire de l’art. Diffusées au Moyen- ...

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[Paper:] Laura Cirri (Florence): Sacred space and family representation in Florence during the Trecento and the Quattrocento

Nova, Heraldica (4 avr. 2015)

In the Florentine urban space, churches soon became the medium, where families left lasting signs in the history and topography of the city. This paper aims to highlight the rich heraldic heritage, still existing in the different family chapels of the Florentine churches, other then the historical ...

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[CfP] State-Rooms of Royal and Princely Palaces in Europe (14th-16th c.): Spaces, Images, Rituals - Lisbon/Sintra, 16-18 March 2017

Hiltmann, Torsten (26 oct. 2016)

Sala dos Brasões, Palacio Nacional, Sintra (photo: Omashay.com) From the fourteenth to the sixteenth century, European monarchies saw a gradual centralisation of power. This was accompanied by the dissemination of political ideas that contributed to the making of a new image of the prince, which ...

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Digitised Armorials

Nova, Heraldica (1 janv. 2014)

A growing number of libraries and archives place digitised versions of manuscripts with armorials online. This provides a great possibility to look at an expanding repertoire of armorials from right behind your screen. Below you will find a list of these sources. To access the scan, click on the web ...

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