Kościesza coat of arms

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Kościesza
Kościesza
Details
Alternative names Strzegomia, Strzegomita, Strzegonia
Earliest mention 1317 (Seal of Stefan Pekawka)
Families
Divisions Cibory-Chrzczony, Cibory-Kołaczki, Tuczępy

Kościesza (Strzegomia, Strzegomya) - is a Polish coat of arms used by szlachta families in the times of Kingdom of Poland and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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According to a legend the Kościesza arms has been granted by King Bolesław II the Generous to a brave knight named Kościesza after the Battle of Snowsko in 1072.

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