NUREMBURG, or NURNBERG (Germany).
NUREMBURG, or NURNBERG (Germany). An eagle of the German
Empire charged on the brcaat with tlie impaled arms of Castile and Austria, supporting two shields, the dexter (the seal device of the old Imperial city)
" a/.ure, a harpy (' frauenadler ') displayed and crowned or," the sinister (the real arms of Nuremburg) 'per pale or, a double-headed eagle displayed, dimidiated with bendy of six gules and argent."
I The illustration is taken from the title-page of the German edition of Andreas Vesili's " Anatomia," printed at Niirenberg, 1537. |
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