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by Stephen Friar

Heraldry for the Local Historian and Genealogist download ebook
ISBN:
086299893X
ISBN13:
978-0862998936
Author:
Stephen Friar
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Sutton Pub Ltd (May 1992)
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288 pages
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Many folks who think they have a right to arms should read this text as well as genealogists with little or no heraldic experience.

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First published in 1992

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Now available in paperback, a jargon-free introduction to heraldry for local historians and genealogists, which explains the origins and significance of heraldry in the lives of noble families, the interpretation of heraldic devices, and the symbols themselves. First published in 1992.
Reviews:
  • PanshyR
Many folks who think they have a right to arms should read this text as well as genealogists with little or no heraldic experience.
  • Super P
Helpful for those studying the armigerous English.
  • Hellblade
Bought this book to assist with my research of the family history. Was not disappointed. Very informative. Used the crests to make connections to family history.
  • Teonyo
This book is an excellent introduction to heraldry as it existed in the middle ages and renaissance. It also traces the evolution of heraldry through the Victorian period.
This book is an introduction to heraldry and is neither a roll of arms nor a heraldic dictionary. It does an admirable job of introducing the reader to the structure of British heraldry. While not containing an exhaustive collection of beasts and monsters such as found in a heraldic dictionary, it doex contain a chapter on "blazon" which is the technical language used to describe coats of arms. This chapter uses many diagrams to illustrate such things as different ways to divide up a shield, basic geometric forms placed on the shield, how the arms of related people differ, and other common elements of British armory. Other chapters abound with drawings and photographs of how heraldry was used in medieval Britain.
This book is pretty much a "must have" for the beginning student of heraldry.