Selected links to armorials

Mostly redrawn by computer graphics

Details of the armorials may be found in the section: SURVEY

General surveys

  • Ménestrel - (in French) Survey of institutions, armorials and traités de blason. Dormant since 2005.
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English armorials

  • Song of Caerlaverock, K / CAE - (in French), redrawn from G.J. Brault: Rolls of Arms of Edward I, 1997; praise of the English during the siege and conquest of Caerlaverock Castle (Dumfries) in 1300.
  • Falkirk Roll of Arms, H / FAL - (in French), redrawn from G.J. Brault: Rolls of Arms of Edward I, 1997; battle of Falkirk 22.07.1298.
  • Stirling Roll, ST / STL - (in French), redrawn from G.J. Brault: Rolls of Arms of Edward I, 1997; siege of Stirling Castle (Scotland) 20.04-20.7.1304 .

French armorials

    The Bibliothèque ntionale de France in Paris has made several armorials available in facsimile on its website BnF, banque d'images, search for key word, e.g. Berry, or manuscript number.

  • armorial Bigot, BIG - (in French), redrawn from R. Nussard: Le rôle d'armes Bigot, Paris, 1985; participants in the campaign of 1254 in Hainaut of Charles d'Anjou against Bouchard d'Avesnes.
  • armorial Gelre, GEL - (in French), redrawn from C. van den Bergen-Panten: Gelre, 1992, based on the 1971 edition of Paul Adam-Even; a composite armorial of 1370-1410.
  • armorial Lalaing, LAL - (in French), redrawn from M. Popoff: Armorial Lalaing, 1989;
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German armorials

The Bayerische Staatsbibiothek in Mûnchen has made several armorials available in facsimile on its website www.mdzl.bib-bvb.de, the Ortenburg is just one, use the index given for all Cod.Icon.-manuscripts and the very good summaries there.

Spanish armorials

Italian armorials