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Ex Libris C. Grasemann

Ex Libris C. Grasemann

Hugo Gerhard Ströhl: "Heraldischer Atlas". Stuttgart 1899. Wilde Männer und Frauen als Schildhalter

Hugo Gerhard Ströhl: "Heraldischer Atlas". Stuttgart 1899. Wilde Männer und Frauen als Schildhalter

Roundel with Nude Woman Supporting a Heraldic Shield Style of Jan Gossart (called Mabuse) (Netherlandish, Maubeuge ca. 1478–1532 Antwerp (?))

Roundel with Nude Woman Supporting a Heraldic Shield Style of Jan Gossart (called Mabuse) (Netherlandish, Maubeuge ca. 1478–1532 Antwerp (?))

Mermaid and Triton supporters.

Mermaid and Triton supporters.

This coat-of-arms comes from the Palazzo Alidosio at Cesesna in Italy (demolished between 1838 and 1846).  The three naked women depicted on the shield are the Three Graces, the emblem of Obizzo. Heraldry from this period did not shrink from representing naked human figures, but often found ingenious ways of preserving their decency. Here the coronet which maintains the dignity of the women also signifies Obizzo’s status as Lord of Castelo del Rio.

This coat-of-arms comes from the Palazzo Alidosio at Cesesna in Italy (demolished between 1838 and 1846). The three naked women depicted on the shield are the Three Graces, the emblem of Obizzo. Heraldry from this period did not shrink from representing naked human figures, but often found ingenious ways of preserving their decency. Here the coronet which maintains the dignity of the women also signifies Obizzo’s status as Lord of Castelo del Rio.

The Coat of Arms of Warsaw features a siren (identified in Polish as a syrenka) She is the water-spirit from the Vistula who identified the proper site for the city to Boreslaus of Masovia in the late 13th century. Equivalent of Melusine European folkloric feminine spirit of fresh waters in sacred springs and rivers. - a woman who is a serpent or fish from the waist down (mermaid), sometimes with wings, two tails or both. Used as a heraldic figure, typically in German Coats of arms +scaly…

The Coat of Arms of Warsaw features a siren (identified in Polish as a syrenka) She is the water-spirit from the Vistula who identified the proper site for the city to Boreslaus of Masovia in the late 13th century. Equivalent of Melusine European folkloric feminine spirit of fresh waters in sacred springs and rivers. - a woman who is a serpent or fish from the waist down (mermaid), sometimes with wings, two tails or both. Used as a heraldic figure, typically in German Coats of arms +scaly…

Ex libris Erneth Ballermann-Jordan

Ex libris Erneth Ballermann-Jordan

Roundel with Nude Woman Supporting a Heraldic Shield

Roundel with Nude Woman Supporting a Heraldic Shield

Ex Libris C. Grasemann

Ex Libris C. Grasemann

Arzheim wappen

Arzheim wappen