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(Die Wappenrolle von Zurich)

o: http://people.delphi.com/ivanor/zroaen0.htm

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The Zurich Roll of Arms
(Die Wappenrolle von Zurich)


source: http://people.delphi.com/ivanor/zroaen0.htm


The Zurich Roll of Arms is - as far as we know - the oldest surviving original of a roll of arms. Its name derives from the place where it is kept: the Burgerbibliothek (= citizens library) Zurich. Who made it and why is unknown. First references to the roll are a copy of 16th century and the naming of the donor, the Amtmann of Schaffhausen Johannes Schleuchzer, M. D., who presented the roll to the Burgerbibliothek in 1750.

Regarding style of the paintings and as we know when some of the coats of arms depicted came into / out of use respectivly the roll can be dated to ca. 1340; as very many of the coats of arms are from the area around Lake Constance it can be concluded that the roll was made there.

There is, as said above, a copy from 16th century, kept in the Graflich Konigsegg'schen Domanial-Kanzlei in Aulendorf - thus called "Aulendorf copy" -, painted in 16th century style, and a copy from 18th century, made by the artist Hans Conrad Bernhauser (1698-1761) in 14th century style, kept in the Zentralbibliothek (= central library) Zurich, called "Bernhauser copy".


The Zurich Roll of Arms: Strip 1

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Strip 1 front page 1. half / 1, e o, 1- oo

1
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2
hispania
Kastilien
und Leon
3
arragun
Aragonien
4
Schotten
Schottland
5
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12
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13
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14
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Navarra ?

 

15
[Lipschga under
dem Soldan]
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16
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6
[Satrapey]
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7
Britania
oder Bersia?
[Monteini]
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8
[Dacia]
Danemark

 

9
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England

 

10
Portegalien?
Portugal

 

11
Marrach
Marokko

 

17
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alt Norwegen?

 

18
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Konigreich
Jerusalem
19
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20
[kung Soldan
von Babylon]
Sultanat
Babylon
21
[Rutheni]
Russland?

 

22
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