Mora coat of arms

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Mora
Mora Coat of Arms
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Alternative names Morawa, Mory, Murzynowa Głowa
Earliest mention 1034, 1412
Towns
Families Busz, Cibarzewski, Deleszakn, Gardziński, Grzymała, Grzymałowski, Hossel, Kaszubski, Kosuba, Kozuba, Kobuzowski, Kozubowski, Kokociński, Kostycz, Korytowski, Korytkowski, Kruszyna, Krzyźanowski, Kudak, Listopad, Liszawski, Liszewski, Malijewski, Marczonko, Marshal, Marszał, Mieczkowski, Mieszkowski, Mięskowski, Mora, Moraczyński, Morenda, Morgulski, Moryno, Morzycki, Nietyksa, Nietyksza, Nietyxa, Olszyński, Skalski, Sławski, Sorc, Szorc, Stoessel, Swędorski, Szulborski, Żwan

Mora is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Kingdom of Poland and Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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  • Franciszek Piekosiński: Heraldyka polska wieków średnich, Kraków, PAU, 1899