Warnia coat of arms

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Warnia
Warnia Coat of Arms
Battle cry: Borowa, Warnawa, Warnia
Details
Alternative names Cancer, Rak, Warnawa, Warna
Earliest mention 1413
Towns none
Families 31 names altogether: Baraniec, Bądkowski, Bątkowski, Boszkowski, Brachowski, Burkat, Bużkiewicz, Czymbajewicz, Ćwirko, Damiecki, Gnoinicki, Gnoiński, Gnojnicki, Godycki, Lekczycki, Leksicki, Leksycki, Lekszycki, Łekszycki, Łększycki, Nosal, Nosala, Palewski, Płaza, Pstroski, Racki, Raczek, Rak, Rapacki, Turski, Zarzecki, Żołnierowski

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

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Notable bearers[edit]

Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:

  • Ćwirko-Godycki Michał (1901–1980), Polish anthropologist. Professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University and the academy of physical education in Poznań. Author of many academic works.

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Andrzej Kulikowski: Wielki herbarz rodów polskich. Warszawa: Świat Książki, 2005, s. 356. ISBN 83-7391-523-0.