Difference between revisions of "Religious or Ecclesiastical heraldry"

From Heraldry of the World
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Countries)
(Countries)
Line 22: Line 22:
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Costa Rica|Costa Rica]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Costa Rica|Costa Rica]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Croatia|Croatia]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Croatia|Croatia]]
 +
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Cyprus|Cyprus]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Denmark|Denmark]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Denmark|Denmark]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Finland|Finland]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Finland|Finland]]

Revision as of 06:35, 4 January 2015

Logo.gif
Heraldry of the World
The main resource for civic heraldry since 1996 with 178,619 images
Logo.gif


Religious or Ecclesiastical heraldry


Haarlema.rel.jpg


This section deals with non-personal religious heraldry, which means no coats of arms of bishops, priests etc, but only from dioceses and similar institutions in the Christian church and, whenever I find examples, of other churches. The arms are listed by country or religion. All arms are listed in the country in which the largest part of the territory is located at present.

Countries

Religions

Collector's items

Arms of Cistercian abbeys - Armorial Cistercien a series of 176 postcards issued in Belgium, showing arms of Cistercian abbeys worldwide.