Nabram coat of arms

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Nabram
Nabram Coat of Arms
Battle cry: Nabram!
Details
Alternative names Abram, Nabra, Kłobuk, Stańcowie, Waldorff, Wendorf
Earliest mention 1292 - 1386
Towns Jedlinsk, Jedlnia Koscielna, Sieroszewice, Tluczan, Kossowa
Families Bor, Boremski, Brodelski, Borodelski, Chotecki, Czasławski, Honckiewicz, Hondorf, Huppe, Jedleński, Jedliński, Kałczyński, Kazimirski, Kubiczek, Kubiczek de Waldorf, Mietrowski, Nadratowski, Nadrodorf, Nadrowski, Nagórka, Pejszowski, Pielgrzym, Piels, Pielstowski, Porębski, Preiss (Prajs), Prejszkowski, Rogalowski, Rogowski, Rosperski, Rospierski, Sieroszewski, Sosnowski, Underowicz, Undorf, Waldorf, Wendorf, Wolwanowski, Wolicki, Wulwanowski, Żołecki.

Nabram is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by a number of szlachta (noble) families in 1292-1386 under Poland's Piast Dynasty. The Nabram coat of arms is also known as Abram, Nabra, Kłobuk, Stańcowie, Waldorff, and Wendorf.

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The official heraldic description of the Nabram coat of arms is, "Nabram vel Waldorff, cuius insignia in campo albo tres barre nigre, a capite clipei in longum producte." (Translation: Nabram or Waldorff, which character in white area are three black beams, from the head of shield direct on length.)[1]

The Nabram coat of arms has three vertical black stripes and three vertical white stripes, starting with white on the left side and alternating across. Three ostrich quills extend from the crowned helmet.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jan Dlugosz, Insignia ..., nr 76, pg. 59
  2. ^ Kasper Niesiecki, Herbarz, vol. VI, pg. 506-507
  3. ^ Jozef Szymanski, Herbarz, pg. 192

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