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The coat of arms for the House of Wittelsbach! One of the royal families to come from Bavaria. And in its long history has provided two Holy Roman emperors, a king of Hungary, Greece, Norway, AND Denmark. (Talk about pedigree.) There used to be five cadet branches of the Wittelsbach, but as of right now only the House of Palatianate-Birkenfeld remains.

theheraldicbeast: “ The coat of arms for the House of Wittelsbach! One of the royal families to come from Bavaria. And in its long history has provided two Holy Roman emperors, a king of Hungary,.

The County (later Principality) of Habsburg never formed part of Austria-Hungary, but was part of The Holy Roman Empire and is now in Switzerland. The Dukes of Austria, later emperors of Austria-Hungary, however, were from the Habsburg dynasty. Habsburg was first mentioned in 1020 as a castle. The Habsburg family rapidly became one of the most powerful families in Europe, after acquiring Austria and later also Bohemia and Hungary.The first use of a lion as the arms of Habsburg dates from…

Principality of Habsburg [now in Switzerland], by Hugo Gerhard Ströhl, -- The County (later Principality) of Habsburg never formed part of Austria-Hungary, but was part of The Holy Roman Empire and is now in Switzerland.

This beautiful piece of art is the coat of arms of a merchant's guild in the Baltic States of northeastern Europe. It was called the Brotherhood of the Blackheads. Their patron was Saint Maurice--a Black saint in medieval and renaissance Europe.

on an official European coat of arms. we just won't talk about the Dark Ages anyMoor

Coat of arms of The Crown of Aragon

European Moorish Royal families had images of themselves on their family crests.

Charles V: Said to be Christophle le More (get it "Moor"), entourage of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Painted by the Dutch painter Jan Mostaert circa 1520. It is said to be the oldest painting of a Black man in Europe. It is titled dismissively as “Portrait of an African” (As always, degenerate Albinos seek to portray all Blacks, when not as Slaves or Servants, then as Africans). In this way, they preclude all possibilities of them being native Europeans.   http://realhistoryww.com

The Spanish occupation by the Moors began in 711 AD when an African army, under their leader Tariq ibn-Ziyad, crossed the Strait of Gibraltar from northern Africa and invaded the Iberian peninsula.

The Coat of Arms of the dignified and historic House Of Blackheads in Riga, Latvia. The Brotherhood of Blackheads was founded in 1399 for German merchants and ship owners, and establishing a prestigious headquarter too in Latvia. It was destroyed during WW2 by the Nazis and Soviets, but was rebuilt in 2001. St. Maurice, the European Patron Saint is the one depicted on the design.

House of Blackheads, St. Maurice coat of arms he patron of the guild, St. Maurice, depicted as a Moor, was in evidence everywhere in this building.

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