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Re: [sig] Re: hawk and hats

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  • Mikhail Nicholaev
    Well we have much in common it would seem! I m researching putting a silver hawk on my device and eventually, one day, opening a house under that name, but
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      Well we have much in common it would seem! I'm researching putting a silver
      hawk on my device and eventually, one day, opening a house under that name,
      but that is long off at the earliest.

      Much thanks for your help

      Mikhail
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      From: "mir plemmons" <mir_plemmons@...>
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      Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 5:39 PM
      Subject: [sig] Re: hawk and hats


      > Mikhail, my grammar may need fixing but as far as I recall that's ceruii
      > cokol for silver hawk, and re: hats, there's an icon from about that time
      > sponsored by some Novgorodian (merchant group??) that I recall reading
      > about, seeing and examining closely for clothes help... Not that I
      remember
      > its name, but crowd scene lower left with lots of men facing right...
      > 'fraid you'll need someone to fine tune both my answers to useability.
      >
      > I'm curious about the interest in the silver hawk... greyfalcon is a use
      > name of mine and on my heraldry:
      >
      > bendy sinister vert and or, a hawk striking to sinister argent, within an
      > orle argent (I think that's the final (right) blazon...)
      >
      > is
      > Tvorimir Danilov v' Novgorodye (but 1210s not 1300s)
      >
      > from digest 1342
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      > > Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 01:13:25 -0500
      > > From: Patrick Jarrett <gtg346g@...>
      > >Subject: Period Hats and a translation
      > >
      > >I'm looking for some Slavic hat designs or pictures, can anyone direct
      > >me to some website with such information? To be specific I'm looking
      > >1400s in Novgorod but I'm not picky, general slavic garb hats will be
      > >more than welcome.
      > >
      > >And also I was wondering how does one say "Silver Hawk" in Russian?
      > >
      > >Much thanks,
      > >Mikhail
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