Banderia Prutenorum - 1410

Banderia Prutenorum is a manuscript made by Jan Dlugosz (1415-1480) containing 56 images of flags captured from the Teutonic Knights by the Polish after the battle of Tannenberg (15 July 1410, Grunwald, now in Poland) and designed in 1448 by the Polish painter Stanislao Durink -- http://www.laborunion.lt/memorandum/ru/modules/banderia/BPindex.htm -- Presentation: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/de_to_bp.html -- See also at: http://www.ugopozzati.it/Bandiere%20Banderia%20Prutenorum.htm
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f°1v, Chorągiew wielkiego mistrza większa // Banner of the Great Master of the Teutonic Order. Under the leadership of Grand Master Ulrich von Junigen -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°1v, Chorągiew wielkiego mistrza większa // Banner of the Great Master of the Teutonic Order. Under the leadership of Grand Master Ulrich von Junigen -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°2v, Banner of the Master of Teutonic Order (smaller) -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°2v, Banner of the Master of Teutonic Order (smaller) -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°3v,  Banner of the Teutonic Order, under which Grand Marshal of Prussia, Friedrich Wallerod -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°3v, Banner of the Teutonic Order, under which Grand Marshal of Prussia, Friedrich Wallerod -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°42v, Chorągiew miasta Brunszwiku // Banner of the Town of Brunswick -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°42v, Chorągiew miasta Brunszwiku // Banner of the Town of Brunswick -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°4v, Chorągiew księcia oleśnickiego Konrada VII Białego // Banner of Conrad the White, prince of Olesno (Rosenberg) from Silesia. He commanded the banner [here a military unit] personally and it was composed of his own people-knights from the Principality of Wroclaw (Breslau) and from Silesia -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°4v, Chorągiew księcia oleśnickiego Konrada VII Białego // Banner of Conrad the White, prince of Olesno (Rosenberg) from Silesia. He commanded the banner [here a military unit] personally and it was composed of his own people-knights from the Principality of Wroclaw (Breslau) and from Silesia -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°5r, Banner of St. George, on the Teutonic side, which was led by Georg Kerzdorff -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°5r, Banner of St. George, on the Teutonic side, which was led by Georg Kerzdorff -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°5v, Banner of Chelm (Kulm) town -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°5v, Banner of Chelm (Kulm) town -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°6r, Teutonic Banner which was led by Thomas Moerheym, vicetreasurer of the Order -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°6r, Teutonic Banner which was led by Thomas Moerheym, vicetreasurer of the Order -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°6v, Chorągiew biskupa pomezańskiego // Banner of the Bishop of Pomezan, led by Maekward von Reszemburg -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°6v, Chorągiew biskupa pomezańskiego // Banner of the Bishop of Pomezan, led by Maekward von Reszemburg -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°7r, Chorągiew komturii i miasta Grudziądza // Banner of the Komturia and Town of Grudziac (Graudenz) led by Wilhelm von Ellfenstein, the Komtur -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

f°7r, Chorągiew komturii i miasta Grudziądza // Banner of the Komturia and Town of Grudziac (Graudenz) led by Wilhelm von Ellfenstein, the Komtur -- "Banderia Prutenorum", by Jan Dlugosz, 1410

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