Heraldry from the Low Countries
- Analysis, Armorial, and Ordinary of Armory Recorded in Paul Bergmans' Armorial De Flandre du XVIme Siècle, by Walraven van Nijmegen.
- Armorial Gelre
- An armorial created by Gelre Herald, c.1370-1414.
- Wapenboek Beyeren
- The Armorial Beyeren, dated to 1405 and created by Gelre Herald (Claes Heynenzoon c.1345-1414), has more than one thousand coats of arms, with captions in Dutch. The arms are divided into five categories: I. 337 participants in a tournament at Compiègne in
February 1238 [possibly an error, perhaps in 1278];
II. 191 participants in a tournament in Mons in 1310;
III. 404 participants in an expedition against the
Frisians in Kuinre in 1396;
IV. 122 participants in the siege of Gorinchem in 1402;
V. 14 sets of 'Three Bests' (the three best Jans, Willems,
Adolphs, Dirks, etc.)
- Statutes, ordonnances and armorial of the Order of the Golden Fleece
- Contains the arms of members of the Order of the Golden Fleece. The manuscript dates from 1473.
- Armorial of France and the Southern Netherlands
- From c.1490-1500.
- Flandria - Chorographie Flanderns in Portraits der Landesfürsten, den Wappen des Adels und des Landes und in seiner Geographie, the Netherlands, 1562.
Bruderschaftsbuch des jülich-bergischen Hubertusordens, Niederrhein c. 1500.
Cloisters Armorial, by Sabine Berard.
- This article is a collection of photographs of heraldic display in various m
edia from the medieval wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
It covers heraldry from various times and places in Europe.
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