Korab coat of arms
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Polish Great Crown Secretary from 1613 to 1627, bishop of Chełmno from 1624, Crown Deputy Chancellor from 1627, Great Crown Chancellor from 1628 to 1635, bishop of Kraków from 1635, diplomat, szlachcic, magnate in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
His coat of arms was Korab.
Jacques Hnizdovsky (Яків Гніздовський,
Jacques Hnizdovsky was born on January 27, 1915 in Ukraine in what is now Chortkiv Raion of Ternopil Oblast to a noble family bearing the Korab coat of arms.
Polish engineer, pilot, military officer and aviator.
Ludomił Rayski was born 29 December 1892 in Czasław near Wieliczka, to Artur Teodor Rayski of Korab Coat of Arms, an impoverished Polish noble who spent most of his life as an officer in the Ottoman Army.
Town in southeastern Poland, in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship , about 54 km southeast of Kielce, and 120 km northeast of Kraków.
Staszów's coat of arms is the Korab, ancient symbol of several noble families of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Karpiński (meaning "of Karpin") is one of the Polish families of the heraldic clan that used the Korab coat of arms.
Village in the administrative district of Gmina Sieroszewice, within Ostrów Wielkopolski County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland.
Previously, the family Roso(w)ski of the Korab coat of arms, had owned it.
Closely related to the Polish nobility, the szlachta, which has its origins in Middle Ages warriors clans that provided military support to the King, Dukes or overlords.
Korab (Korabczyk, Korabczyce, Korabiów)
Built in the 17th century as a summer residence of Bishops of Kraków in Kielce, Poland.
The loggia arcades were crowned with stone cartouches with coats of arms of bishop Zadzik (Korab), Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (White Eagle and Pahonia with Vasa crest) and Cracow chapter (Aaron - Three Crowns), and obelisks.
Polish philosopher and political theorist.
Korab, included in his family name, refers to the Korab coat of arms.
Boyar family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 16th—17th centuries.
The Polish historian Tadeusz M. Trajdos does not see any genealogical link between the Krynickis of the Sas and Korab arms with the Ruthenian Krynicki family (a branch of the Kobyzewicz clan).