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Flags and coats of arms of the Polish nobility (Szlachta) - information and offer
Coat of arms of Brodzic
The first mention of the coat of arms refers to the year this coat of arms was first mentioned in historical sources. The name of the coat of arms is usually associated with the tribe name of the szlachta-knight to whom it was awarded. In contrast to other European countries, the Polish szlachta had different rules in awarding of coats of arms. In many cases the coat of arms changed to other knight's families - sometimes the spelling of the surname changed, not infrequently within only one branch of the family, so that today there are many different names of the same coat of arms. The colors (tincture) of a heraldic community were not precisely defined, but over time a rule has prevailed and established itself. How was the flag designed? In earlier times a banner or a flag only showed the ancestral mark itself (heraldic image flag). And now? The coat of arms (emblem) is the basis for the color combination, e.g. if it represents a white arrow on a red background, the colors are white and red (white on red). The mantling (Link) is reproduced in the same colors. If the mantling has a different, additional color, this refers to personal family colors. All of these colors appear in combination on the flag.
Broda, Brodzicz, Brodzik, Trzy Krzyże
Names, a total of: 115(?)
Baranowski, Bartoszewicz, Bilina, Blum, Bońkowski, Bonikowski, Bonisławski, Boniuszko, Bońkowski, Borodzic, Borodzicz, Brodzic, Brodzicki, Brodzicz, Brodzik, Brodziński, Brodzki, Brzezieński, Brzeziński, Bunin, Ciołko, Dąbrówka, Dobrzycki, Dobszewicz, Dolanowski, Dubowski, Dybowski, Dybek, Dylewski, Frąckiewicz, Fronckiewicz, Gąsiorowski, Janczewski, Jeżewski, Kapleński, Kapliński, Kazanowicz, Kliczewski, Kluczewski, Koniecki, Kosianowicz, Krzynowłocki, Krzynowłoski, Kuczkrajowski, Kulwicki, Kulwiec, Kunecki, Kuniecki, Kurządkowski, Kurzątkowski, Kuszelewski, Lewandowski, Lipiński, Łącki, Łoski, Majewski, Milański, Milkint, Miłocki, Modelski, Mojecki, Mojek, Mrokowski, Noiszewski, Nojszewski, Noyszewski, Olszewski, Ostrzykowski, Padewski, Pilitowski, Pilityński, Piltowski, Piński, Podhorski, Pogorzelski, Pokutyński, Politowski, Poluchowski, Przetak, Przetakiewicz, Przewłocki, Radomiski, Radomski, Radzanowski, Radzimiński, Radzymiński, Regulski, Rzym, Rzymski, Siermoski, Sieromski, Sinciłło, Sinciło, Siromski, Siuciłło, Socha, Suroż, Suskrajowski, Suskrojowski, Szczutowski, Talibski, Talipski, Tyborowski, Wosiński, Wroczeński, Wroczyński, Zaborski, Zachajżewicz, Zacharkiewicz, Zawacki, Zawadzki, Zawałowski, Zochowski, Żochowski, Żublewski
Sources for images and text, as well as more information about the coat of arms: Wikipedia, Herbarz szlachty polskiej, Herbarz Polski, Polskie flagi i herby
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