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LIVRO DO ARMEIRO-MOR REFERENCE CODE PT/TT/CR/D-A/001/19 TITLE TYPE Atribuído DATE RANGE 1509 Date is certain to Date is certain . http://digitarq.arquivos.pt/details?id=4162406

LIVRO DO ARMEIRO-MOR REFERENCE CODE PT/TT/CR/D-A/001/19 TITLE TYPE Atribuído DATE RANGE 1509 Date is certain to Date is certain . http://digitarq.arquivos.pt/details?id=4162406

COUSTENS, Pieter (active 1453-1487 in Bruges and Brussels)   Click!	 Coat-of-Arms of Anthony of Burgundy  1478 Oil on panel, 94,2 x 58,7 cm Sint-Salvatorskerk, Bruges  This coat-of-arms belongs to a series of 28 which is fixed above the choir-stalls of St Saviour's Cathedral to commemorate the 13th chapter of the order which was held there in 1478. The entire series was painted by Pieter Coustens, a court painter in Burgundy.  The coat-of-arms of Anthony of Burgundy (1421-1504), as Knight…

COUSTENS, Pieter (active 1453-1487 in Bruges and Brussels) Click! Coat-of-Arms of Anthony of Burgundy 1478 Oil on panel, 94,2 x 58,7 cm Sint-Salvatorskerk, Bruges This coat-of-arms belongs to a series of 28 which is fixed above the choir-stalls of St Saviour's Cathedral to commemorate the 13th chapter of the order which was held there in 1478. The entire series was painted by Pieter Coustens, a court painter in Burgundy. The coat-of-arms of Anthony of Burgundy (1421-1504), as Knight…

Livro do Armeiro-Mor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Livro do Armeiro-Mor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Livro do Armeiro-Mor, Rei de Portugal - Livro do Armeiro-Mor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Livro do Armeiro-Mor, Rei de Portugal - Livro do Armeiro-Mor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

The arms of René d'Anjou, King of Naples

The arms of René d'Anjou, King of Naples

BSB Cod. icon. 403 Hans Burgkmair Tournament Book 1540

BSB Cod. icon. 403 Hans Burgkmair Tournament Book 1540

(1) Philippe III le Bon, duc de BOURGOGNE (1396-1467) -- "Très-haut, très excellent, très magnanime et très-puissant prince Philippe, per la grace de Dieu, duc de Bourgogne, de Lothier, de Brabant et de Limbourgh, comte de Flandre, d'Artois, de Bourgogne palatin, et de Namur, marquis du St. Empire, seigneur de Salins, et de Malines"-- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

(1) Philippe III le Bon, duc de BOURGOGNE (1396-1467) -- "Très-haut, très excellent, très magnanime et très-puissant prince Philippe, per la grace de Dieu, duc de Bourgogne, de Lothier, de Brabant et de Limbourgh, comte de Flandre, d'Artois, de Bourgogne palatin, et de Namur, marquis du St. Empire, seigneur de Salins, et de Malines"-- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Gilles de Marcilly, chevalier (†1300?) (Gaignières 4159) -- Dessin d'une pierre tombale à l'église de l'Abbaye du Brueil-Benoist, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Est. Réserve Pe-6-Fol.] -- «Ci gist monseigneur Guillé de Marcilly chlr fondeur de ceste chapelle, filz de monseigneur Foulques jadis seigneur de Marcilly chlr fondeur de St Abbaye, qui trespassa lan de grace M.CCC.Z.II en May. Priez pour li."

Gilles de Marcilly, chevalier (†1300?) (Gaignières 4159) -- Dessin d'une pierre tombale à l'église de l'Abbaye du Brueil-Benoist, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Est. Réserve Pe-6-Fol.] -- «Ci gist monseigneur Guillé de Marcilly chlr fondeur de ceste chapelle, filz de monseigneur Foulques jadis seigneur de Marcilly chlr fondeur de St Abbaye, qui trespassa lan de grace M.CCC.Z.II en May. Priez pour li."

Emperor of Germany Medieval Coat of Arms

Emperor of Germany Medieval Coat of Arms

William I (circa 1028[1] – 9 September 1087), usually known as William the Conqueror and sometimes as William the Bastard,[2][a] was the first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in 1087. Descended from Viking raiders, he had been Duke of Normandy since 1035 under the title of William II. After a long struggle to establish his power, by 1060 his hold on Normandy was secure, and he launched the Norman conquest of England in 1066.

William I (circa 1028[1] – 9 September 1087), usually known as William the Conqueror and sometimes as William the Bastard,[2][a] was the first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in 1087. Descended from Viking raiders, he had been Duke of Normandy since 1035 under the title of William II. After a long struggle to establish his power, by 1060 his hold on Normandy was secure, and he launched the Norman conquest of England in 1066.

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