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Fragment of silk cope founded by Anna Baierowa by Anonymous from Kraków, 1644, Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie

Fragment of silk cope founded by Anna Baierowa by Anonymous from Kraków, Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie

Side view of Polish Hussar armour showing wing detail. The Polish Winged Hussars were the elite of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth cavalry.

Polish Winged Hussar Armor - Side view of Polish Hussar armour showing wing detail. The Polish Winged Hussars were the elite of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth cavalry.

castlesfromallovertheworld:Zamek w Będzinie, Polska (Będzin Castle, Poland)  The Bedzin Castle is a castle in Bedzin in southern Poland. The stone castle dates to 14th century, and is predated by a wooden fortification that was erected in 11th century. It was an important fortification in the Kingdom of Poland.  © Będzin City Council                                   Castles from all over the world

Zamek w Będzinie, Polska (Będzin Castle, Poland) The Bedzin Castle is a castle in Bedzin in southern Poland. The stone castle dates to century, and is predated by a wooden fortification that was erected in century

Polish Symbols | ... of Our Ancestors - The Evolution of the Polish Coat-of-Arms

Historical Flags of Our Ancestors - The Evolution of the Polish Coat-of-Arms / The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth was formed by the union of the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1569

Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Polish hussar saddle by Anonymous from Poland, before 1600, Kremlin Museum, from the collection of Sigismund III Vasa, one of the two hussar saddles brought to Boris Godunov in 1600 by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth envoys Lew Sapieha, Stanisław Warszycki and Eliasz Pielgrzymowski, as a gift from Sigismund III

Polish hussar saddle by Anonymous from Poland, before 1600, Kremlin Museum, from the collection of Sigismund III Vasa, one of the two hussar saddles brought to Boris Godunov in 1600 by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth envoys Lew Sapieha, Stanisław Warszycki and Eliasz Pielgrzymowski, as a gift from Sigismund III

Polish Winged Hussar armour showing all 86 hand painted eagle feathers (Nigel Carren).

Polish Winged Hussar armour showing all 86 hand painted eagle feathers (Nigel Carren). ~ I love these guy's armor

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