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Fix to Parker's Heraldry Dictionary....

Posted to: The Google+ Heraldry Community

Posted by: Karl Wilcox

Created on: July 30 2014 at 22:47

Fix to Parker's Heraldry Dictionary Site

I'm kind of embarrassed how long it has taken me to fix this, but I have at last sorted out the Cross entry in Parker's Heraldic dictionary ( http://karlwilcox.com/parker/c/cross ) so that the links to the individual types of cross now work correctly. There may be a few places where links are still broken, if you find any please let me know.

I'm also thinking about doing a similar conversion job on another major Heraldic work, possibly WIlliam Berry's Encyclopaedia Heraldica from the early 19th Century, either as a separate site, or maybe combined with Parker's. I'm open to suggestions...
Fix to Parker's Heraldry Dictionary Site

I'm kind of embarrassed how long it has taken me to fix this, but I have at last sorted out the Cross entry in Parker's Heraldic dictionary ( http://karlwilcox.com/parker/c/cross ) so that the links to the individual types of cross now work correctly. There may be a few places where links are still broken, if you find any please let me know.

I'm also thinking about doing a similar conversion job on another major Heraldic work, possibly WIlliam Berry's Encyclopaedia Heraldica from the early 19th Century, either as a separate site, or maybe combined with Parker's. I'm open to suggestions...

Fix to Parker's Heraldry Dictionary Site I'm kind of embarrassed how long it has taken me to fix this, but I have at last sorted out the Cross entry in Parker's Heraldic dictionary ( http://karlwilcox.com/parker/c/cross ) so that the links to the individual types of cross now work correctly. There may be a few places where links are still broken, if you find any please let me know. I'm also thinking about doing a similar conversion job on another major Heraldic work, possibly WIlliam Berry's Encyclopaedia Heraldica from the early 19th Century, either as a separate site, or maybe combined with Parker's. I'm open to suggestions...

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