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TittelEngelsk: Genealogica & Heraldica.
Influence on Genealogy and
Heraldry of Major Events in the History
of a Nation.
Proceedings of the XXXIst International
Congress of Genealogical and
Heraldic Sciences. Oslo 2014

Fransk: Genealogica & Heraldica. Influence sur la
généalogie et l'héraldique des événements majeurs
de l'histoire d'une nation. Actes du XXXIe Congrès
international des sciences généalogique et héraldique.
Oslo 2014
Redaktør(er)Elin Galtung Lihaug
Redaksjonsmedlem(mer)Jan Eide, Carsten Berg Høgenhoff, Terje Rye,
Kaare Seeberg Sidselrud
UtgiverSlektshistorisk forlag
UtgivelsesstedOslo
Årstall2015
Sideantall505
InnbindingHardback
SpråkFransk, engelsk, tysk.
NoterIll., deltagerliste.
IDISBN 9788293397045

Genealogica & Heraldica. Influence on Genealogy and Heraldry of Major Events in the History of a Nation. Proceedings of the XXXIst International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences. Oslo 2014, på fransk Genealogica & Heraldica. Influence sur la généalogie et l'héraldique des événements majeurs de l'histoire d'une nation. Actes du XXXIe Congrès international des sciences généalogique et héraldique. Oslo 2014 ble utgitt av Slektshistorisk forlag i 2015 og inneholder de fleste foredragene som ble holdt under Den 31. internasjonale kongress for genealogi og heraldikk i Oslo 2014.

Hovedtemaet for kongressen var, jf. kongressrapportens tittel, Innvirkning på genealogi og heraldikk av store hendelser i en nasjons historie. Temaet hadde sin bakgrunn i at det i 2014 var 200 år siden Norge fikk sin grunnlov, og det var 700 år siden Oslo ble Norges offisielle hovedstad, to jubileer som ble markert i løpet av året. Kongressen ble arrangert i fellesskap av Norsk Heraldisk Forening og Norsk Slektshistorisk Forening.

Elin Galtung Lihaug var redaktør for kongressraporten og hadde med seg Jan Eide, Carsten Berg Høgenhoff, Terje Rye og Kaare Seeberg Sidselrud som redaksjonsmedlemmer. Eide (leder), Lihaug og Sidselrud var alle medlemmer av hovedkomiteen som hadde arrangøransvaret for kongressen.

Innhold

Kongressen

Foredragsholdere fra i alt 19 forskjellige land holdt til sammen 51 foredrag under kongressen. Av disse omhandlet 20 genealogi, mens 31 dreide seg om heraldikk. I tillegg bidro 22 ordstyrere til at foredragene og eventuelle spørsmål og kommentarer fra salen gikk pent og pyntelig for seg. 40 av foredragene er gjort om til artikler og representert i kongressrapporten, mens resterende foredragsresymeer er hentet fra programmet til kongressen.

Kongressen hadde i alt 111 deltagere fra 26 forskjelige land. I tillegg deltok 40 ledsagere på ekskursjonene og banketten.[1]

Innholdsfortegnelse

Contents – Table des matières Page
Thorhild Widvey, Minister of Culture – Ministre de la culture XII
Ivar Fonnes, Director General, The National Archives of Norway – Directeur Général, Archives Nationales de Norvège XIII
Fabian Stang, Mayor of Oslo – Maire d’Oslo XIV
Rolf Sutter, President – Président, Permanent Bureau of the International Congresses of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences – Bureau permanent des congrès internationaux des sciences généalogique et héraldique XVI
Jan Eide, President of the Executive Committee – Président du Comité Exécutif XVII
Genealogy and Heraldry in Norway Today XVIII
La généalogie et l’héraldique dans la Norvège contemporaine XIX
Executive Committee – Comité Exécutif & Scientific Committee – Comité Scientifique XX
International Organisations for Genealogy and Heraldry – Organisations Internationales de Généalogie et d’Héraldique XXI
Prize Winners – Lauréats des Prix XXI
Permanent Bureau of International Congresses – Bureau permanent des congrès internationaux XXII
Previous congresses – Congrès précédents XXIII
Contributors to the arrangement of the congress – Contributeurs à l’organisation du congrès XXIII
Congress Programme – Programme du Congrès XXIV
Speakers at the Congress – Conférenciers au Congrès XXVII
Photos from the Congress – Photos du Congrès XXX
Report – Compte rendu XLII
Johanna Aminoff-Winberg, Finland:
Refugees during the Great Northern War – a Genealogical Problem
1
Ronny Andersen, Denmark:
Following the Heraldic Trace of Danish Foreign Policy c. 1700–1800
7
David B. Appleton, USA:
The United States of America: The Search for a National Coat of Arms
23
Richard C F Baker, England:
The Founding of the College of Arms
35
Nils G. Bartholdy, Denmark: The Alteration of the Danish Royal Arms in 1819 in Consequence of the Cession of Norway in 1814 43
Anders Bjønnes, Norway:
The Seals on the Constitution Document of 17th May 1814 – the Last (?) Great Manifestation in Norway of an Ancient Judicial Tradition
57
D’Arcy Jonathan Dacre Boulton, USA:
Further Disastrous Effects of the Revolution of 1776–83: False Arms, False Supporters, False Crests, and False Achievements Used to Represent the Federal Government of the United States of America, 1782–1888
67
Johanna E.M.H. (Annelies) van Bronswijk et al., The Netherlands and Belgium:
Families of Zeelst-Meerveldhoven (The Netherlands): Genealogy, Genetics and History
81
Hans Cappelen, Norway:
Private Heraldry and the Constitution Document of 17 May 1814
97
Carl-Thomas von Christierson, Denmark:
The Forbes Birthbrief at The University Library in Lund
109
Bruce Durie, Scotland:
Could Edvard Munch Have Had Children with Eva Mudocci? Genealogy and DNA
125
Paul A Fox, England:
The English Revolution of 1399 and Its Influence on Heraldic Practice
137
Matthew Hovious, Spain:
The Spanish Civil War’s Legacy for Genealogical Research
151
Knut Johannessen, Norway:
Norway’s Coat of Arms in the «Miracle Year» of 1814
163
Henrik Klackenberg, Sweden:
The Greater Coat of Arms of Sweden from c. 1450 until Today
173
Tomáš Krejčík, Czech Republic:
Some Remarks on the State of the Genealogical Research in Austrian Silesia
181
Olga Kulakovskaya, Russia:
Genealogy in post-Soviet Russia
187
Pierre Le Clercq, France:
Un village français dans la tourmente de la Grande Guerre
193
Falk Liebezeit, Deutschland:
Bürgermeister Georg Friedrich Storkmann aus Diepholz reist nach Norwegen um die Nordmann-Erbschaft für seine Bürger zu retten. Seit der Hansezeit herrschte reger Verkehr nicht nur der Hansestädte mit Norwegen, auch das Hinterland von Bremen (heutiger Landkreis Diepholz) stellte viele junge Männer
219
Elin Galtung Lihaug, Norway:
From Brandenburg through the Scandinavian and Baltic Countries to Russia and Great Britain – a Line of Descent Covering More Than 400 Years
227
Rodrigo-Alonso López-Portillo y Lancaster-Jones, Mexico:
From Mexico to the World: The Legacy and Tradition of the Gallardo Family in Tequila and Charrería
237
Lars Løberg, Norway:
Marriage as a Political Tool for Reconciliation – Continuity and Change in the Norwegian Aristocracy after the Death of King Magnus Erlingsson (1184)
253
Alex Maxwell Findlater, Scotland:
James V’s Presentation of Scotland and Himself to Both Europe and His Lieges
265
Torgeir Melsaeter, Norwegen:
Wappenbilder als päpstliche Botschaftsvermittler im Rom der frühen Neuzeit
271
Hugh Peskett, England:
Evaluation of Traditional Celtic Genealogies
285
Denis Racine, Canada:
L’immigration scandinave au Québec de 1608 à 1901
293
Agnė Railaitė-Bardė, Lithuania:
The Rise of Genealogical Manifestation after the Election of the Ruler of Poland and Lithuania in 1669
305
David E. Rencher, USA:
Documenting a Nation’s History Using FamilySearch
315
Marianne Reusch, Norway:
Skis as Charges in Scandinavian Coats of Arms
321
Elizabeth Roads, Scotland:
The History behind the Lyon King of Arms Act 1672
327
Michael W. Ross, USA:
Heraldry and Decorations of the Three Polynesian Monarchies
339
Igor V. Sakharov, Russia:
The Political and Social Upheavals in pre-Soviet and Soviet Russia, and Their Impact on Personal Attitudes towards Family History and on Genealogy as an Academic Discipline
349
Georg Scheibelreiter, Österreich:
Der österreichische Bindenschild
355
Herbert Stoyan, Deutschland:
Ermittlung persönlicher Wappen durch Kombination von Heraldik und Genealogie
371
John Strömberg, Finland:
Sealing the Independence. The Creation of New Seals for the Finnish Government 1918–1920
379
Martin Sunnqvist, Sweden:
The Iconography of a Judicial Revolution. The Heraldic and Other Symbols in the Seals of the Swedish Seventeenth Century Courts of Appeal
385
Rolf Sutter, Germany:
New Originated States in the Last 50 Years and Their Heraldry and Emblems
395
Paul Trio, Belgium:
The Usefulness of Genealogical Research for the Study of Political and Social Developments in the County of Flanders in the 14th Century: A Case-Study of the Noble Family Van Gavere-Van Liedekerke
413
Robert D. Watt and Bruce Patterson, Canada:
Confederation and the Great War – Two Defining Events for Canada and its Official Emblems
421
Henric Åsklund, Sweden: The Jan Raneke Archive of Coats of Arms in Medieval Europe 437
Abstracts – Résumés
As presented in the Congress programme
Résumé comme présenté dans le programme du Congrès
447
Wilhelm Brummer, Finland:
Heraldry Practices in Finland at the Mercy of the Grand Powers
447
John Peter Collett, Norway:
The Great Seal of the University of Oslo in Historical Context
448
Stanislaw V. Dumin, Russie:
L’histoire de la Russie dans ses armoiries d’État
449
Duane LCM Galles, USA:
The American Century and the Renaissance of Heraldry in the USA
450
Walt Jurečič, Slovenia:
Symbols of Ljubljana – and Slovenian Heraldry
451
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard, Denmark:
King Christopher III, «the Wends» and a Dynastic Challenge
452
Jan Myhrvold, Norway:
Studies on the Forest Finn Ethnicity in the Swedish-Norwegian Border Area. Perspectives on Family Names and Migration before 1821
452
Peter Rätzel, Deutschland:
Das Reich, der Adler und die Zeit / The Realm, the Eagle and the Time / Le Règne, l’Aigle et le Temps
453
Johan Marius Setsaas, Norway:
From 17 May 1814 back to 17 May 1537: The End of Norwegian Independence. Who Were the Men Fighting Together with the Last Archbishop of Norway?
453
Kaare Seeberg Sidselrud, Norway:
The End of the Norwegian Nobility – Nobility in Norway and the Effects of the Constitution of 1814
454
Steven Thiry and Luc Duerloo, Belgium:
The Eagle Resurrected – the Abdication of Emperor Charles V, the Spanish Monarchy and the Reinvention of the Imperial Eagle
454
List of participants / Liste des participants 457

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  1. Genealogica & Heraldica. Oslo 2014, s. XLII.

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