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Exhibition: Knights of the Golden Fleece: a Brilliant Myth Unravelled (24.02.-2.06.24; Mechelen, Belgium)

We would like to bring the following upcoming exhibition to your attention: From February 24th to June 2nd, 2024, Museum Hof van Busleyden (Mechelen, Belgium) will host the exhibition “Knights of the Golden Fleece: a Brilliant Myth Unravelled”. About: The exhibition delves into the historical significance of the Order of the Golden Fleece, showcasing the grandeur and intrigue surrounding one of Europe’s earliest political alliances. Set against the backdrop...

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Lecture: The Digital Heraldry Project. A Knowledge Graph with Semantic Web Technologies and Machine Learning to study medieval visual sources

Philipp Schneider will present the Digital Heraldry Project at the DH AI Seminar at the Centre Sciences des Données at the École Normale Supérieure on Tuesday, 9 January 2024. Visual communication forms an important part of medieval and early modern european culture. Especially coats of arms were widely used in different social groups and offer an important source for cultural history. This subject is at the center of the...

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Recent Publications – Update December 2023

Winter is here and the holidays are right around the corner. The cold, dark, and – at least in Germany – wet days are the perfect opportunity to dive into new readings on heraldry! We have done some research and compiled this list of articles and books on the topic. Since our last update, a number of interesting publications have been released and we would like to give you...

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Book presentation on 20th October 2023, 5pm: Heraldry in Contact (Heraldic Studies 5) – hybrid

We are pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of the 5th volume of the Heraldic Studies series edited by Urte Krass and Miguel Metelo de Seixas, titled “Heraldry in Contact: Perspectives and Challenges of a Connective Image Form”. The volume will be presented by Laurent Hablot on 20 October 2023 at 5pm (Spanish time) at the International Congress of Genealogy and Heraldry, which takes place in Ronda (Spain) from...

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Invitation: Inscribing heraldry on UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list? – Next meeting of the Société française d’héraldique et de sigillographie (19 October 23, 5pm, hybrid)

At the next meeting of the Société française d’héraldique et de sigillographie on Thursday, 19 October, starting at 5pm, Nicolas Vernot will be presenting the project to recognise the practice of heraldry as intangible cultural heritage in France and at UNESCO. Everyone who would like to learn more about this initiative or would like to get involved is cordially invited to this event, which can be attended in person...

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Call for Bursaries: 36th International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences, Boston, 24-28 September 2024

From 24th to 28th September 2024 the International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences will take place in Boston. The Académie internationale d’héraldique (AIH) is pleased to offer two bursaries each amounting to a maximum of 1000 euros to assist early career scholars/professionals with travel, accommodation and registration at the Boston congress. One of these two bursaries will be co-financed by the AIH and the American Heraldry Society. Given...

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Recent Publications – Update September 2022

  The days grow shorter and autumn is slowly making its presence felt. Are you still looking for the right reading on heraldry for the last days of summer? Perhaps you will find something suitable in this list: We have done a little research for you and compiled a list of articles and books in which heraldry plays a central role. Since our last update, a number of interesting...

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Call for Bursaries: XXIInd Colloquium of the International Academy of Heraldry, Lund, 16-19 August 2023

From 16th to 19th August 2023 the Colloquium of the International Academy of Heraldry will again take place in Lund. The Académie internationale d’héraldique (AIH) is pleased to offer two bursaries each amounting to a maximum of 600 euros to assist early career scholars/professionals with travel, accommodation and registration at the Lund colloquium. In addition, the Societas Heraldica Scandinavica offers one bursary in honour of the late Antti Matikkala...

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Ein digitales Wappenbuch habsburgischer Gnadenakte

Seit 1967 bilden fünf Bände zu den Standeserhebungen und den Gnadenakten der Habsburger von Karl Friedrich von Frank eine verlässliche Übersicht der im ehemaligen „Adelsarchiv“1 verwahrten, alphabetisch geordneten Akten der Reichskanzlei und Hofkanzlei (bzw. ab 1848 des Ministerium des Inneren) bis zur ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Peter Frank-Döfering ergänzte diese mit seinem Adelslexikon zum österreichischen Kaisertum 1989.2 Beide Übersichten umfassen Gnadenakte, insbesondere Standeserhebungen, der Habsburger als Kaiser sowie...

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Early Heraldry in the Late Romanesque Wall Paintings of the Church of Artins (France)

Forgotten in the depot of the ‘Kunstsammlungen’ in Coburg Castle for decades, a ‘medieval tapestry’ was rediscovered in 2014. Soon after, it was determined, that the ‘tapestry’ was not in fact a tapestry, but a medieval wall painting that had been removed using the so called ‘strappo’-method.[1] Besides the monumental battle scene, three smaller painted fragments – showing early modern coats of arms – were also found in Coburg...

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[Publication] Heraldry in Medieval and Early Modern State Rooms (Heraldic Studies 3)

Just in time for Christmas, we are pleased to announce the publication of the long-awaited third volume of the “Heraldic Studies” series. Under the title “Heraldry in Medieval and Early Modern State Rooms” Miguel Metelo de Seixas and Torsten Hiltmann present a collection of fifteen richly illustrated articles that have emerged from the corresponding workshop held at the University of Münster from 16 to 18 March 2016. The volume...

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Heraldic Language in French Narrative of 12th-13th centuries

  In memory of Gerard J. Brault, 1929-2020   Being an MA in linguistics I was invited in 2013 by the group of Heraldry and Genealogy Project of the Institute of World History, Moscow, to conduct research on blazon as a professional language of heraldry. The idea was to add a new – linguistic – perspective to a primarily historical topic. When I started my inquiries in the world...

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