Arms of Fuenllana, Spain

Fuenllana

Granted 1987

Blazon: Per pale argent a cross of Santiago gules and azure a castle triple-towered or on a mount in base proper, surmounted in base by a basin argent of water barry wavy of the field and the last; pointé in base or a galero vert, in the fess point an alms bag, in base a croizer and a patriarchal cross in saltire sable

The archbishop’s regalia in base is presumably a reference to St. Thomas of Villanova, who was born in Fuenllana in 1488, and later canonized in 1658.

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Arms of Stephen Bocskai

 

Prince of Transylvania 1605-1606 (1557-1606)

Blazon: Per pale, 1 per fess gules a cross patriarchal pate issuant from a crown upon three mounts in base all proper (Hungary moderne) and barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien); 2 Per fess azure a demi-eagle issuant from the partition sable, armed or, langued gules, in chief a sun of the third and of the last seven towers 4 and 3 gules, in chief a crescent increscent argent (Transylvania); overall in the fess point an escutcheon azure, on a base vert a lion sejant erect or, holding in the dexter paw a bone argent (Bocskai)

 

 

Arms of Stanislaw August Poniatowski

 

King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania 1764-1795 (1732-1798)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV gules an eagle displayed argent, armed and crowned or (Poland); II and III, gules a knight upon a horse salient, bearing in his dexter arm a sword fesswise argent and on his sinister an escutcheon azure a cross patriarchal or (Lithuania); overall in the fess point an escutcheon argent, a bull passant gules upon a base vert (Poniatowski)

Arms of Stanislaw I Leszczynski

 

King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania 1706-1709 and 1733-1736 (1677-1766)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV gules an eagle displayed argent, armed and crowned or (Poland); II and III, gules a knight upon a horse salient, bearing in his dexter arm a sword fesswise argent and on his sinister an escutcheon azure a cross patriarchal or (Lithuania); overall in the fess point an escutcheon argent, a bull’s head caboshed sable, ringed and armed or (Leszczynski)

Arms of Augustus II the Strong

 

Elector of Saxony 1694-1733, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania 1697-1706, King of Poland 1709-1733 (1670-1733)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV gules an eagle displayed argent, armed and crowned or (Poland); II and III, gules a knight upon a horse salient, bearing in his dexter arm a sword fesswise argent and on his sinister an escutcheon azure a cross patriarchal or (Lithuania); overall in the fess point an escutcheon per pale the first per fess argent and sable, two swords in saltire, points towards the chief gules (Arch-Marshal of the Holy Roman Empire) and barry of ten sable and or, a ducal coronet in bend vert (Saxony)