Dąbrowski coat of arms

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Dąbrowski
Dąbrowski
Details
Battle cry Jelita, Nagody
Alternative names Panna, Virgo Violata
Earliest mention 15th century
Families

Dąbrowski (Panna, Virgo Violata) is a Polish Coat of Arms. It was used by several szlachta families.

History[edit]

Blazon[edit]

Gules a woman habited argent shod, crined and crowned or, holding in each hand and fessewise to her mouth an ancient horn also or. Crest: issuant out of a crest coronet or a woman as in the arms holding in each hand an ancient horn palewise or the bell ends in base. Mantled gules doubled argent.

Notable bearers[edit]

Notable bearers of this Coat of Arms include:

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Adam Boniecki, "Herbarz Polski" (Warszawa, POLSKA: Gebethner i Wolff w Warszawie, 1901), Volume IV, page 124.

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