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Poland, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Hetmans typically added an image of a bulawa to their coats of arms.
In Ukrainian language, булава bulava is a mace or a club, in both the military and ceremonial senses. The bulava was part of the Ukrainian Cossack Kleinody that were awarded by Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytsky to the Zaporizhian Host.
Coat-of-arms of a Polish hetman
Souvenir bulawas in Kiev market
17th century Russian bulat steel bulawa.
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