Traditional Ostrogski coat of arms was described in his work Kasper Niesiecki, while its iconographic representation is seen on the Ostroh Bible. According to Niesiecki the first (oldest) Ostrogski coat of arms was Pogoń Ruska coat of arms where the Saint George pierces a dragon (see Saint George and the Dragon ).
- Ostrogski I Książe, Ostrogski II, Baklay
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Konstanty Iwanowicz Ostrogski (c. 1460 – 10 August 1530; Belarusian: Канстантын Іванавіч Астроскі, Ukrainian: Костянтин Іванович Острозький, Kostjantyn Ostroz'kyj, Lithuanian: Konstantinas Ostrogiškis, also known under his Ruthenian name Vasyl-Kostjantyn Ostroz'kyj and modern Belarusian transliteration Kanstancin Astrožski) was a prince ...
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Ostrogski (adjectival form of the Polish word for "Spur") is a Polish coat of arms.It was used by several szlachta (noble) families during the times of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Prince Janusz Ostrogski (Lithuanian: Jonušas Ostrogiškis) (1554 – 17 September 1620 in Tarnów) was a Polish–Lithuanian noble and statesman. He served as a voivode of Volhyn (1584-1593), as a castellan of Kraków (from 1593 on), and as a starosta of Bohuslav (from 1591), Biała Cerkiew (since 1592), Czerkasy and Kaniów (from 1594), Perejasław (1604 on) and Włodzimierz.
Ostrogski (adjectival form of the Polish word for "Spur") is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta (noble) families during the times of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Notable bearers. Notable bearers of this coat of arms include: Konstanty Ostrogski (Duke, Grand Hetman of Lithuania.)
Ostrogski's huge latifundium, or landed estate in the eastern Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, consisted of 100 towns and 1300 villages. It was Ostrogski who built Starokostiantyniv Castle. While Konstanty Wasyl Ostrogski was the proponent of the Eastern Orthodox religion, his son Janusz Ostrogski converted to Roman Catholicism.
Of the princely family Ostrozhsky own coat of arms, the son of Constantine-Basil and Sophie with Tarnovsky. Had brothers Alexander and Constantine, sisters Catherine and Elizabeth. First raised in Dubna, and then at the court of the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. In mid- 1570 rock moved to Catholicism. In 1577, the defending Dubna from the ...
Konstanty Iwanowicz Ostrogski (c. 1460– August 10, 1530) (Lithuanian: Konstantinas Ostrogiškis, also known under his Ruthenian name Konstantin Ivanovich Ostrozhsky and modern Belarusian transliteration Kanstancin Astrožski) was a magnate of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and later a Grand Hetman of Lithuania since September 11, 1497, until his death.