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Escudos de armas de familias canarias en Juan Núñez de la Peña By Lorenzo Mayor-Santana Cruz
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realización pictográfica de escudos de armas de familias canarias, contenidas en el libro Conquista y Antigüedades de la isla de Gran Canaria, de Juan Núñez de la... More > Peña< Less
Pay the Spy #003 - One Hour with the Beast By Klaudio Zic
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SOME DAY At this point 2013 one wonders what intelligence they were or are presumably gathering. They had no observatories, no zodiac; no national ascendant: no heraldry proper, no Bible translation... More > proper – nothing except from a tiny pseudo-Prussian continental duchy that assumes to rule – in lieu of SPQR? - the… what? Italians or Germans could conquer Europe, after all they are Europe. Now Frankfurt is. Napoleon and Hitler hand in hand. Only the Devil rules the world, so perhaps the Gotha assumed 99 treaties: but the Devil has nothing to share: it knows that its own days are numbered. Thus, the British will never have astrology, Tarot or Masonic initiation proper: they are simply too far from Moldavia.< Less
LUCEY and LUCY Family History By Norman Lucey
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HARDCOVER: Reference information for everyone interested in researching their family history and the surnames LUCEY & LUCY. From early sources in England & Ireland, some back as far as 1066,... More > the book includes many geneologies of individuals with these surnames including maps, historical records, registration details etc. Many links are with the USA, Ireland, Canada, South Africa & Australia. In over 300 pages, the book documents the origins of the surname, early de Lucy history and heraldry from the Norman invason of England. It includes details of the heraldic stained glass windows at the family home of Charlecote, detailed historical information, maps showing family origins with dates of the earliest parish records and an ancestry database including a full listing of individuals. Irish origins are explained including the orginal gaelic spelling of Ó Luasaigh. The book also covers the related Sigournay and Sigourney families. A softcover version is available.< Less
LUCEY and LUCY Family History By Norman Lucey
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PAPERBACK: Reference information for everyone interested in researching their family history and the surnames LUCEY & LUCY. From early sources in England & Ireland, some back as far as 1066,... More > the book includes many geneologies of individuals with these surnames including maps, historical records, registration details etc. Many links are with the USA, Ireland, Canada, South Africa & Australia. In over 300 pages, the book documents the origins of the surname, early de Lucy history and heraldry from the Norman invason of England. It includes details of the heraldic stained glass windows at the family home of Charlecote, detailed historical information, maps showing family origins with dates of the earliest parish records and an ancestry database including a full listing of individuals. Irish origins are explained including the orginal gaelic spelling of Ó Luasaigh. The book also covers the related Sigournay and Sigourney families. ISBN: 1-4116-2337-1< Less
The Red Hand of Ulster By George A. Birmingham
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The Red Hand of Ulster (Irish: Lámh Dhearg Uladh) is an Irish symbol used in heraldry to denote the Irish province of Ulster. It is an open hand coloured red, with the fingers pointing... More > upwards, the thumb held parallel to the fingers, and the palm facing forward. It is shown in two forms, as a dexter (right) hand (used as a symbol in Ulster) and a sinister (left) hand (used in the coats of arms of baronets). The symbol is rooted in Irish Gaelic culture and its origins are attributed to the mythical Irish figure Labraid Lámh Dhearg (Red Hand Labraid), of the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology. It is particularly associated with the Uí Néill clan of Ulster, and is sometimes known as the Red Hand of O'Neill. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hand_of_Ulster Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Sojourners By Brett Richardson
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John, the Apostle of Christ, has led a mighty life, a life meant to endure by the power of a precious gift. It is 67 AD, and the Apostasy of Truth was hard upon the early saints. The apostles were... More > dying, the Lord's Church was crumbling, yet a plan had been laid for the Christian’s deliverance. They were the Sojourners...noble women, prepared of eternity, for to come and save the Roman's Empire from their own misguided hate. The untold tale is revealed of this marvelous life of John the Beloved, agent of God, and guide of the Sojourners loving works. By heaven’s word, the faith of the Empire of Rome must survive, for it influence will change the earth, and start the path for a future kingdom where the True Church may return one day. But Rome is falling with persecution, pride, and war, and only the Sojourners quiet heraldry can rescue the Empire from destruction, and usher in the true events that saved Christianity.< Less
The Sojourners By Brett Richardson
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John, the Apostle of Christ, has led a mighty life, a life meant to endure by the power of a precious gift. It is 67 AD, and the Apostasy of Truth was hard upon the early saints. The apostles were... More > dying, the Lord's Church was crumbling, yet a plan had been laid for the Christian’s deliverance. They were the Sojourners...noble women, prepared of eternity, for to come and save the Roman's Empire from their own misguided hate. The untold tale is revealed of this marvelous life of John the Beloved, agent of God, and guide of the Sojourners loving works. By heaven’s word, the faith of the Empire of Rome must survive, for it influence will change the earth, and start the path for a future kingdom where the True Church may return one day. But Rome is falling with persecution, pride, and war, and only the Sojourners quiet heraldry can rescue the Empire from destruction, and usher in the true events that saved Christianity.< Less
MILITARY UNIFORMS IN EUROPE 1900 - 2000 Volume Two By R Spencer Kidd
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This book (Volume Two) gives an historical overview of 51 countries whose armed forces served in Europe 1900-2000, together with uniform descriptions. Includes 204 full colour paintings of the... More > regular armies, marines, airforce and para-military troops engaged in land exercises, operations and warfare in Europe, including non-European troops serving in Europe. Each entry is accompanied by a history and description of the uniforms illustrated. The author and illustrator Ron Kidd, has been interested in both police and military history, uniforms and insignia since he was a school boy in the 1950's. He has visited over 300 police and military museums world-wide, and has written and illustrated a number of magazine articles on both police and military history and uniforms. He is a member of both the Military Heraldry Society and the Military Historical Society.< Less
MILITARY UNIFORMS IN EUROPE 1900 - 2000 Volume One By R Spencer Kidd
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This book (Volume One) gives an historical overview of 36 countries whose armed forces served in Europe 1900-2000, together with uniform descriptions. Includes 200 full colour paintings of the... More > regular armies, marines, airforce and para-military troops engaged in land exercises, operations and warfare in Europe, including non-European troops serving in Europe. Each entry is accompanied by a history and description of the uniforms illustrated. The author and illustrator Ron Kidd, has been interested in both police and military history, uniforms and insignia since he was a school boy in the 1950's. He has visited over 300 police and military museums world-wide, and has written and illustrated a number of magazine articles on both police and military history and uniforms. He is a member of both the Military Heraldry Society and the Military Historical Society. It is anticipated that Volume Two will be published in 2013.< Less
The Nebuly Coat The By John Meade Falkner
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The Nebuly Coat (1903), by J. Meade Falkner, is a novel which tells of the experiences of a young architect, Edward Westray, who is sent to the remote Dorset town of Cullerne to supervise restoration... More > work on Cullerne Minster. He finds himself caught up in Cullerne life, and hears rumours about a mystery surrounding the claim to the title of Lord Blandamer, whose coat of arms in the Minster's great transept window is the nebuly coat of the title. When the new Lord Blandamer arrives, promising to pay all the costs of the restoration, Westray suspects that the new lord is not what he seems. The Nebuly Coat includes elements that were central interests in Falkner's life, church architecture and heraldry. The massive Romanesque arches of Cullerne Minster recall those of Durham Cathedral which Falkner was familiar with through his work as Honorary Librarian to the Dean and Chapter as well as viewing it from his ho< Less