Re: [sig] sigh.. Heraldry
- --- Dmitriy V Ryaboy <dvryaboy@...> wrote:
> I know, I've answered the question many a timeMy recommendation is to determine a suitable charge
> There is no such thing as Period Russian heraldry.
> However, I am in somewhat of a bind, and really need
> something that could be
> used as a device. It can be an interpretation of an
> image that shows up al
> the time, or maybe someone knows of some animals or
> something used on
> banners -- anything you know will help.
(i.e., a THING) that is identifyably Russian. I don't
know enough about the Russians in that era (OK, any
era) to suggest, but a parallel may be the Ukrainian
trident, or the Lithuanian St. Vitus figure.
Now, we can't use national symbols (to avoid conflict
and allegations of usurpation of the Crown) but there
are other ideas -- A friend of mine (the one who got
me on this list) uses Romanian dancing shoes on her
> It doesn't have to be SCA-herald proof, it justBut why not be, if it's just as easy?
> needs to be distinctly early
> Rus (I'll go as late as beginning of the Mongol
JEFFREY C. SMITH
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