Armorial

  • (adj): Of or relating to heraldry or heraldic arms.
    Example: "Armorial bearing"

Some articles on armorial:

American College Of Heraldry And Arms
... from the Maryland Institute College of Art to paint the armorial achievements and create grant and matriculation documents ... The petitions were denied because they were assumed arms or armorial petitions with errors in their genealogy ... The College also excluded helms or coronets from their armorial grants ...
Gelre Armorial
... The Gelre Armorial (Dutch Wapenboek Gelre) is an armorial composed between 1370 and 1414 in the Duchy of Guelders ...
Charles-René D'Hozier
... On the promulgation in 1696 of an edict directing all who had armorial bearings to register them on payment of 20 livres, he was employed to collect the declarations returned in the various généralités, and ... This work, which contained not only the armorial bearings of noble families, but also of those commoners who were entitled to bear arms, is not complete, inasmuch as many refused to register their arms ... nationale de France) consists of 34 volumes of text and 35 of coloured armorial bearings, and, in spite of its deficiencies, is a useful store of information for the history of the old French ...
Coat Of Arms Of The Crown Of Aragon - Heraldic Description
... Also mentioned in Armorial de Gelre, 1370–1395, the coat of arms of Peter IV Die Coninc v Arragoen is golden with four pallers of gulets or the Armorial d'Urfé, 1380 ...
Armorial Hall Of The Winter Palace
... The Armorial Hall of the Winter Palace is a vast chamber originally designed for official ceremonies ... The Armorial Hall is located between the Military Gallery and the palace courtyard ... became the Commissar of Enlightenment after the October Revolution, the Armorial Hall was used as a concert hall, with a capacity of up to 2,000 ...