An Ordinary of Siebmacher's Wappenbuch

by Sara L. Uckelman (Aryanhwy merch Catmael)

© 2012-2018 Sara L. Uckelman; all rights reserved
Last updated 25Oct18

This is an ongoing project to create an exhaustive ordinary of Johann Siebmacher's Wappenbuch from 1605. I am working from the digitization of it available here. If you find any error, please let me know. As a work in progress, it will be updated as I have time.

All blazons are my own. Note that in some cases, shields with a helmet facing sinister have had their arms reversed as well (e.g., a bend is displayed as a bend sinister, the tinctures of the field reversed, etc. So if you think you've found an error, double check the helm on top!) Each blazon is identified with the name of the owner as it appears in Siebmacher, with these conventions: I have transcribed vocalic v as u, and expanded , Gē:, and to en, genannt, and Von, respectively. The number in parentheses is the plate number on which the arms occur.

BEAST - Goat - Argent

Azure, a goat clymant argent, von Grefendorf (164).

Azure, a goat passant argent, die Brockot (70).

Gules, a goat clymant argent, die Bocken (192).

Gules, a Paschal lamb proper atop a trimount Or, Brixen (11).

Gules, a ram passant argent armed Or, die Voiten von Rieneck (103).

Gules, a ram passant argent, die Schafen (64).

Gules, a ram passant reguardant argent, von Kotzaw (101).

Gules, a ram rampant argent, von Gregersdorf (54).

Gules, a ram statant reguardant argent, von Borwitz (70).

Gules, a sheep passant argent atop a trimount vert, von Weitelshausen genannt Schraudenbach (141).

Gules, a sheep rampant argent atop a mount vert between in bend two mullets of eight points Or, die Lussi (203).

Per fess gules and Or, a goat argent, die Donat (70).

Per fess gules and sable, a sheep courant and a chevron between three roses argent, die Hörman (217).

Quarterly 1st and 4th gules, a sheep clymant argent, 2nd checky sable and Or, a base argent, 3rd argent, a pale sable, von Ramingen (131).

Vert, a ram passant argent between seven roses four and three gules, von Rüder (153).

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