My interest in the history of heralds dates back to the moment when I started working on my doctoral thesis on the subject of iconography of Early Modern political assemblies. This project is still in progress and focuses primarily on the English parliament. Not only was the first picture of a parliament opening...
History of Heralds in Europe (12th – 18th c.)
This blog supports a workshop and a collaborative book project on the history of heralds in Europe (12th-18th c.). It informs about the progress of the project and provides a platform of exchange and discussion to the participants as well as to everyone interested in this under-explored subject.
Fondation pour la protection du patrimoine culturel, historique et artisanal (Lausanne)
International Office of the University of Münster
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Historiography, Heraldry and Noble Identity: Armorial Münster and the Urban Environment of a Noble Patron | Heraldica Nova says:
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