Escudo de Castilla y León

Stowe, Richard Allen

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or.

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a pointed shape; illuminated with metal or and colour vert; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.


Blazon keywords: Vert, One, Pall, Raguly, Or, Three, Head and Leopard.

Style keywords: Illuminated, Watercolor, Pointed and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Stowe, Richard Allen.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Richard Allen Stowe

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Motto: «Inter feros» in letters Sable within a scroll Argent.

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Motto: «Inter feros» in letters Sable within a scroll Argent.

Watercolor finishing

«Inter feros» means «inside the wild».


Blazon keywords: Vert, One, Pall, Raguly, Or, Three, Head, Leopard and Motto (motivation).

Style keywords: Illuminated, Watercolor, Pointed and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Stowe, Richard Allen.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Richard Allen Stowe, crest

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Crest: Upon a Wreath Or and Vert, on a Coronet Or a Leopard’s face Or between two Wings Sable.

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Crest: Upon a Wreath Or and Vert, on a Coronet Or a Leopard’s face Or between two Wings Sable.

Escudo de sinople, una perla ecotada de oro entre tres cabezas de leopardo de oro. Timbrado de un burelete de oro y sinople surmontado de una corona de oro surmontada de una cabeza de leopardo de oro acompañada de dos medios vuelos de sable.

Watercolor finishing


Blazon keywords: Vert, One, Pall, Raguly, Or, Three, Head, Leopard, Crest, Wreath, Upon, Crown, Between, Two, Wing and Sable.

Style keywords: Illuminated, Freehand, Pointed and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Stowe, Richard Allen.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Richard Allen Stowe, motto and crest

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Crest: Upon a Wreath Or and Vert, on a Coronet Or a Leopard’s face Or between two Wings Sable. Motto: «Inter feros» in letters Sable within a scroll Argent.

Vert, a Pall raguly Or between three Leopard’s faces Or. Crest: Upon a Wreath Or and Vert, on a Coronet Or a Leopard’s face Or between two Wings Sable. Motto: «Inter feros» in letters Sable within a scroll Argent.

Escudo de sinople, una perla ecotada de oro entre tres cabezas de leopardo de oro. Timbrado de un burelete de oro y sinople surmontado de una corona de oro surmontada de una cabeza de leopardo de oro acompañada de dos medios vuelos de sable. Lema: «Inter feros» de sable sobre una filacteria de plata.

Freehand finishing


Blazon keywords: Vert, One, Pall, Raguly, Or, Three, Head, Leopard, Crest, Wreath, Upon, Crown, Between, Two, Wing, Sable and Motto (motivation).

Style keywords: Illuminated, Freehand, Pointed and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Stowe, Richard Allen.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Cadenas y Vicent, V. de; 1987

Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, Dean King of Arms, «Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica», Instituto Salazar Castro (C. S. I. C. Higher Center for Scientific Research), edited by Ediciones Hidalguía, printed by Gráficas Arias Montano, S. A., Móstoles, Volume IV, 2nd edition, 4454 pages numbered from 1525 to 1979, contains the surnames that begin with the letters S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z,, ISBN of the complete work 84-00-06642-1, ISBN of this Volume IV 84-00-06646-4, Legal Deposit M.31.950-1987, Madrid, 1987.


pages 1,726 and 1,728, Uranzu its 5 blazons

This is my translation for the 4th coat of arms of the 5 blazons of surname «Uranzu» described on pages 1,726 and 1,728 of this book (see in the previous image of the original blazon).

Party per pale:
1 Gules,
the base,
wavy Argent and Azure, on them,
a Galleon with eight Cannons per band,
nine Galleys,
seven Galiots,
five Fustas, and
a Brigantine sailing,
the Ships, their Masts and Strings all Or,
the Galleon with Sails Argent,
the other Ships with Sails lowered Argent,
in chief,
an imperial eagle Sable, flying towards the galleon;
2 Argent,
a lion rampant Gules,
with its rear Paws on an Anchor Azure
lying to the sinister Flank,
holding in its fore Paws a Flagpole Vert with
three Flags,
Azure, three Fleurs de lys Or, ordered,
Azure, two Bends Or,
Gules, a plain Cross Argent,
between
four smalls Anchors Sable with Cables Gules.
Within a Bordure Or, sixteen Saltires Gules.

Surname Uranzu, coat of arms and parallel blazons

Although I am not sure of the reality of this coat of arms, I have made a) in Spanish a simplification and b) its translation in parallel to English. I assume that in the 2nd flag the Fleurs de lys in triangle are 3 and they are ordered. Although I am not sure of the reality of this busy coat of arms, I can't found a painted version, I have made a) a simplification of its Spanish blazon and b) its translation in parallel to English. I assume that in the 2nd flag the Fleurs de lys in triangle are 3 and they are ordered. The colors of the text in the images lets an easy reading and show the blazon structure. There are in this coat of arms 1+9+7+5+1 = 23 ships.

Currently the National Institute of Statistics of Spain (I. N. E.), about the surname «Uranzu» answer that «there are no inhabitants with the surname consulted», neither 1st nor 2nd surname, «or its frequency is less than 5 for the national total».


Bibliographical reference of century XX.

Classification: Black and white with color plates.

The author is Cadenas y Vicent, Vicente de.

External resource:

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Escudo de Castilla y León

8 shields, but how many blazons?

In the following image there are painted 8 shields, but how many different blazons are there? First, think your answer, then write the different blazons and, finally, check if your initial answer was correct.

Riddle343 12 OpticalEffect HowManyBlazons jpg

Write the coats of arms and check your answer

Think before you move the cursor or click on the following link and see the solution.


Categories: Riddle, Gules, Or, Argent, Quarterly and Chequey.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Pedigree collapse, we are all cousins

Pedigree collapse by years, world's populations and ancestors

We have 2 parents, 4 grandparents, 8 great grandparents, 16 great grandparents,... growing exponentially (2n), 32, 64, 128, ... Circa the year 850 we have more «theoretical» ancestors than inhabitants of the world. It follows that:

  • Many of our ancestors are repeated in our family tree.
  • Many historical figures (philosophers, scientists, writers, artists, kings, warriors, etc.) will appear in our family tree.
  • We share many ancestors with others, we are all cousins, we are a great family.

I have painted the following graphic to show this idea. Traveling to the past we see the number of our «theoretical» ancestors grows and the world's population decreases.

The graph is calculated with 2.46 generations per century, and with other rates although the graph changes but the previous conclusions remain. For example, with 4 generations per century, more real rate time ago when we had children at an earlier age, the curves intersect before. If it is done by continents and/or adding the lines without offspring, the high infant mortality and pests of past times,... the curves also cross before.

To this effect is called «pedigree collapse».


Category: Genealogy.

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Sigue por: Cadenas y Vicent, V. de; 2002.

 

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