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  1. Héraldique — Wikipédia

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    L’héraldique vient du nom masculin « héraut », c'est-à-dire celui qui annonçait et décrivait les chevaliers entrant en lice , celui qui annonçait les événements, qui portait les déclarations de guerre en tant qu'officier public au Moyen Âge.

  2. Belgian heraldry - Wikipedia

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    Belgian Heraldry is the form of coats of arms and other heraldic bearings and insignia used in the Kingdom of Belgium and the Belgian colonial empire but also in the historical territories that make up modern-day Belgium.

  3. Académie Internationale d'Héraldique - Wikipedia

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    L'Académie Internationale d'Héraldique (known in English as the International Academy Of Heraldry) was founded in Paris in 1949 to bring together experts in heraldry representing the various areas of the world. Admission is by election, and the number of active academicians is limited to 75.

  4. Portail:Héraldique — Wikipédia

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    L’ Héraldique est la science du blason, c'est-à-dire l'étude des armoiries (ou armes). C'est aussi un champ d'expression artistique, un élément du droit médiéval et du droit d'ancien régime.

  5. Council of Nobility - Wikipedia

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    It was created by Royal Decree on 27 February 1996 as a replacement of the Conseil héraldique de Belgique (Heraldry Council of Belgium) which itself was created on 6 February 1844. Heraldic authority. It also serves as the heraldic authority for the Belgian nobility.

  6. Heraldic authority - Wikipedia

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    Commission héraldique de l'Etat (State Heraldic Commission) Malta. Chief Herald of Arms of Malta (2019–present) Netherlands. Hoge Raad van Adel (High Council of the Nobility) (1815– ) – grants personal arms (to nobles only) and official, military, and municipal arms. Also provides advice regarding arms of members of the royal family.

  7. Heraldry - Wikipedia

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    Heraldry (/ ˈ h ɛ r ə l d r i /) is a broad term, encompassing the design, display, and study of armorial bearings (known as armory), as well as related disciplines, such as vexillology, together with the study of ceremony, rank, and pedigree.

  8. Michel Pastoureau - Wikipedia

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    He is an academician of the Académie internationale d'héraldique (International Academy of Heraldry) and vice-president of the Société française d'héraldique (French Heraldry Society). When he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Lausanne in 1996, he was described as an eminent scholar who has made a radical contribution ...

  9. Bend (heraldry) - Wikipedia

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    In heraldry, a bend is a band or strap running from the upper dexter (the bearer's right side and the viewer's left) corner of the shield to the lower sinister (the bearer's left side, and the viewer's right).

  10. Ferdinand (Fernando) VII de Bourbon est le fils de Charles (Carlos) IV de Bourbon et de Marie-Louise (María Luisa) de Bourbon-Parme.Après la bataille de Vitoria, qui voit la victoire des troupes anglo-hispano-portugaises, placées sous le commandement d'Arthur Wellesley, futur Duc de Wellington, sur les troupes françaises, Joseph-Napoléon doit renoncer à la couronne espagnole.

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