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Kingdom of Prussia - Königreich Preußen - House of Hohenzollern

Coat of Arms Frederic I, King in Prussia January 1701 - February House of Hohenzollern.

The House of Hohenzollern is a noble family and royal dynasty of electors, kings and emperors of Prussia, Germany and Romania. They took their name from their ancestral home, the Burg Hohenzollern castle near Hechingen, Swabia.  The family coat of arms, first adopted in 1192, began as a simple shield quarterly sable and argent. A century later, in 1317, Frederick IV, Burgrave of Nuremberg, added the head and shoulders of a hound as a crest.

The House of Hohenzollern is a noble family and royal dynasty of electors, kings and emperors of Prussia, Germany and Romania. They took their name from their ancestral home, the Burg Hohenzollern castle near Hechingen, Swabia. The family coat of arms, first adopted in 1192, began as a simple shield quarterly sable and argent. A century later, in 1317, Frederick IV, Burgrave of Nuremberg, added the head and shoulders of a hound as a crest.

Cross pro Merito Melitensi, a Cross of Profession of a Knight of Justice and a Cross of a Donate 3rd Class. #OrderofMalta #SMOM

Cross pro Merito Melitensi, a Cross of Profession of a Knight of Justice and a Cross of a Donate Class.

A GREEK BRONZE PHRYGIAN HELMET LATE CLASSICAL TO EARLY HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 350-300 B.C.  | Christie's

Greek Bronze Phrygian Helmet, Late Classical to Early Hellenistic, c. BCThe Phrygian helmet, also known as the Thracian helmet, was a type of helmet that originated in Classical Greece and was.

A GREEK BRONZE CORINTHIAN HELMET  ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA MID 6TH CENTURY B.C.  Hammered from a single heavy sheet, of domed form, the neck-guard flaring, with elongated almond-shaped eye holes and a protruding rounded nose-guard, the bowl carinated horizontally, perforated along the perimeter, additional perforations centered low on the brow and one toward the back on either side; an ancient repair reinforcing the nose-guard

A GREEK BRONZE CORINTHIAN HELMET ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA MID 6TH CENTURY B.C. Hammered from a single heavy sheet, of domed form, the neck-guard flaring, with elongated almond-shaped eye holes and a protruding rounded nose-guard, the bowl carinated horizontally, perforated along the perimeter, additional perforations centered low on the brow and one toward the back on either side; an ancient repair reinforcing the nose-guard

Elmo etrusco da Todi (V secolo a.C.) - Museo di Villa Giulia

Elmo etrusco da Todi (V secolo a.