The use of heraldry in Serbia or by Serbs is used by government bodies, subdivisions of the national government , organizations, corporations and by families. Serbian heraldry belongs culturally to the Byzantine tradition. As in some other European heraldic traditions, the most prominent among the animals is the eagle. The most prominent symbols is the Serbian eagle and the Serbian cross.
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The use of heraldry in Serbia or by Serbs is used by government bodies, subdivisions of the national government , organizations, corporations and by families. Serbian heraldry belongs culturally to the Byzantine tradition. As in some other European heraldic traditions, the most prominent among the animals is the eagle.
The most prominent symbols is the Serbian eagle and the Serbian cross. The double-headed eagle and the Serbian cross are the main heraldic symbols which represent the national identity of the Serbian people across the centuries. Serbian nobility in the Habsburg Monarchy and Austria-Hungary , upon receiving noble status, adopted coat of arms, often influenced by the Illyrian Armorials. The seal of the Serbian parliament had the Serbian cross and the Triballi boar.
Principality of Serbia. Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Derived from the traditional shield of arms of Serbia with 4 fire steels but without the cross. The Serbian cross was removed for ideological reasons of socialist atheism.
It was placed above a rising sun with a cog wheel symbolizing the workers and surrounded with a golden wreath of maize and oak leaves, oak being a sacred Serbian tree. A red ribbon with dates and which refer to the dates of the first Serbian uprising against the Ottomans and the national uprising against the axis powers in the Second World War.
Republic of Serbian Krajina. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Republic of Serbia The principal field stands for the Serbian state. It consists of a double-headed bicephalic eagle on a red shield; its body and wings in silver, and tongues, beaks, legs and claws in gold, between two golden fleurs-de-lys.
The inescutcheon stands for the Serbian nation; in a red shield, a cross between four silver firesteels arranged in the quarters around it, all of them facing horizontally outwards. Although Serbia is now a republic , the new coat of arms also features the crown of the former Serbian monarchy. While unusual for republics, it is not unprecedented, as can be seen with the Republic of San Marino San Marino adopted a new crown to represent its sovereignty, and did not usurp a crown of a past sovereign.
A Hajduk. A World War I Serbian soldier. A deer, tree and lion holding sword. The Serbian eagle and Kotromanic crown. Sremska Mitrovica. Another common symbol is the Triballian boar , depicting the head of a boar pierced by an arrow. The Serbian cross as seen in the "shield" of the official coat of arms. The Triballian boar as seen in the Kragujevac coat of arms.
George and the Dragon , a symbol of courage and valor and the triumph of Good over Evil, is used in the coat of arms of Srpski Krstur. Popular elements in modern heraldry include the Serbian tricolour , nature , such as oak , olive , wheat , plum , grape ; weapons , such as sword , cannon , gun , arrows.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Illyrian Armorials. See also: Serbian Revolution and Revolutionary Serbia. Republika Srpska Main article: Coat of arms of Serbia. Main articles: Municipalities of Serbia and List of cities in Serbia. Istorija srpske grafike od XV do XX veka. Narodni muzej. Posebna izdanja. Heraldika i Srbi. Archived from the original PDF on 21 May Rodoslovne tablice i grbovi srpskih dinastija i vlastele.
Belgrade: Nova knjiga. Grb Srbije: razvoj kroz istoriju. Archived from the original on 22 April Odak, Marina I. Belgrade: Filozofski fakultet.
Glasnik SHD in Serbian. Archived from the original PDF on 29 October Belgrade: Dosije studio. Istorija srpskog grba. Srpska misao. Belgrade: Geca Kon A. Srpska znanja: zvuci, boje, oblici. Heraldic traditions by country. Categories : Serbian heraldry. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Contribute Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file.
Heraldika i Srbi
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History of Art. Course objectives: Introducing students of archaeology, history and art history to heraldry in the role of an auxiliary archaeological and historical discipline, its history, rules as well as national and international heraldry. Course description: The elective course Heraldry is designed for 4th year students of archaeology, as well as history and art history students. Also it might be interesting to Academy students who study applied and visual art. Heraldry is a science that studies coats of arms and the art of making images on them.