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  1. The Polish nobility was seeking to entrench its rights against the monarchy. (Web site)
  2. Polish nobility was aware of such intruders of nobility.
  3. The Polish Nobility was an exclusive class in which all members were considered equal.
  4. Polish nobility is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  5. The Polish nobility was quite simply subjected to the laws that governed the Russian nobility.

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  1. Most importantly, Polish nobility ( szlachta) could not be granted nobility titles by the Polish kings in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  2. All children of the Polish nobility inherited their noble status from a noble mother and father.
  3. Polish nobility enjoyed many rights that no foreign noble class had, and typically each new monarch granted further privileges.


  1. The Commonwealth's dominant social class was the szlachta, the unique Polish nobility.
  2. The Polish nobility probably derived from a Slavic warrior class, forming a distinct element within the ancient Polonic tribal groupings.


  1. Polish nobility, the szlachta, has its origins in Middle Ages warrior clans who provided military support to the King, the Dukes or the Overlords.
  2. The Polish nobility differed in many respects from the nobility of other countries.
  3. Princess Anna Lubomirska (?- 1763) was a member of Polish nobility (Polish: szlachcianka).
  4. In the kingdom of Poland and Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, ennoblement ( nobilitacja) meant the joining of szlachta (Polish nobility).
  5. The paramount principle of Polish nobility was it was hereditary.


  1. Content: the role of arms of Polish nobility, arranged by charges.
  2. Content: genealogies of Polish nobility and description of their arms where applicable.


  1. Heraldry Coats of arms were very important to the Polish nobility.
  2. It is easy to see the similarity of the tamgas and the coats of arms of Polish nobility (Table II).


  1. Okolski is an author of historical and heraldic books among which an armorial of Polish nobility ---Orbis Polonus--- (1641-1643) is the most famous one. (Web site)
  2. Content: armorial contains arms of Polish nobility of the Royal Prussia province as well as some genealogical data.
  3. Since it was popularised by the armorial Orbis Polonus by Szymon Okolski it became an essential part of the heraldic achievement of Polish nobility.

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  1. The family adopted the surname of Leszczynski from the name of their estate according to the medieval custom of the Polish nobility.
  2. Poniatowski is the surname of Polish nobility (szlachta) family, most prominent in the 18th century and 19th century.


  1. Count Adam Zamoyski (born January 11, 1949, New York City, United States) is a historian and a member of the ancient Zamoyski family of Polish nobility. (Web site)
  2. The history of Polish heraldry is an integral part of the history of the szlachta, the Polish nobility.
  3. His family belonged to the minor Polish nobility, and his ancestors fought with King Jan Sobieski against the Turks at the siege of Vienna in 1683. (Web site)
  4. Content: one of the most recent and most comprehensive armorials of Polish nobility of the mediaeval period.


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