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SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Coats-of-Arms
→ Holy Roman Empire → Lower Nobility and Patricians
→ Adelmann von Adelmannsfelden (Swabia)
→ Alfingen (Swabia)
→ Allmendshofen (Almshofen, Swabia)
→ Amerang (SE Bavaria)
→ Amonin or Amon (probably Bavaria)
→ Ampringen (Breisgau)
→ Ansillon (Brabant, Bavaria)
→ Aresinger (Munich)
→ Artzet (Augsburg)
→ Astaller (Munich)
→ Auer von Buelach (Franconia)
→ Barth (Munich)
→ Berg (vom Berg, Swabia)
→ Bernhausen (Swabia)
→ Bodmann (Swabia)
→ Bollstadt (Swabia)
→ Brauch (perhaps Swabia)
→ Burggraf von Zusameck (Augsburg)
→ Bürgermeister von Deizisau (Esslingen)
→ Bär (Basle)
→ Camerloher von Weiching (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Closen (Bavaria)
→ Courcelles de Wachsenstein (Bavaria)
→ Cronegk (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Dachs (Augsburg)
→ Dichtl (Munich)
→ Dillingen (Swabia, Counts)
→ Donnersberger (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Dot (probably Swabia)
→ Edelweck (Lower Bavaria)
→ Eggenberger (later princes, Styria and Augsburg)
→ Egloff (Barons, Bavaria)
→ Egloffer (Memmingen)
→ Ehinger von Balzheim (Swabia)
→ Eisenburg (Swabia)
→ Eisenhofen or Eisenhofer (near Dachau)
→ Ellerbach (Swabia)
→ Endelshauser (Munich)
→ Endorfer (Augsburg)
→ Engelschalk (perhaps Bavaria)
→ Enzersdorf (Lower Austria)
→ Eppan (Tyrol, Counts)
→ Erlach (Switzerland, later counts)
→ Essendorf (Swabia)
→ Eyb (Franconia)
→ Ezcilins (Lower Austria, Knights)
→ Falbenhaupt (Carinthia)
→ Falkenstein (unclear, which family, probably Bavaria or Swabia)
→ Feldthurns (Lordship of Feldthurns, in Tyrol)
→ Fendt von Möring (Bavaria)
→ Feury (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Firmian (Tyrol, Counts)
→ Fleckenstein (Alsace)
→ Fraunberg (Counts of Haag)
→ Freyberg (Swabia)
→ Frundsberg (Tyrol)
→ Fugger (Swabia, Counts)
→ Geißler (Bavaria)
→ Gemmingen
→ Geroldseck (Baden)
→ Gießer (Munich)
→ Gleisberg (Thuringia)
→ Gossembrot (Augsburg)
→ Gossolt (Ulm)
→ Graben (Styria)
→ Griffo (Lower Austria, Knights)
→ Groß von Trockau (Franconia)
→ Gumppenberg (Bavaria)
→ Gundelfingen (Swabia)
→ Gymnich (Rhineland)
→ Habsberg (probably Baden)
→ Hallwyl (Swabia and Switzerland, later Counts)
→ Harscher (Ulm)
→ Harskircher zu Zangberg (Bavaria)
→ Haslang (Bavaria, Counts)
→ Haunsperg (Salzburg and Bavaria, Counts)
→ Hausen zu Gleichensdorf (or Hauser, Austria, Barons)
→ Helfenstein (Swabia, Counts)
→ Henneberg (Franconia, Counts)
→ Heppenstein (Bavaria)
→ Hofmair (Augsburg)
→ Hofstetten (Bavaria)
→ Hohenegg (Swabia)
→ Hohenems (Swabia, Counts)
→ Holnstein
→ Hornstein (Swabia)
→ Hundbiß (Humpis, Swabia)
→ Hundertfpund (Munich)
→ Hundt zu Lautterbach (Bavaria)
→ Hurnaus (Augsburg)
→ Hürnheim (Swabia)
→ Höger von Anzing (Bavaria)
→ Hörl (Munich)
→ Hörnlin (Hörlin, Augsburg)
→ Hörnlingen (Hörlingen, Hörningen, Swabia)
→ Hörwarth or Herwarth (Augsburg, Bavaria)
→ Ilsung (Augsburg)
→ Imhof (Augsburg, Nuremberg)
→ In der Clingen (probably Swabia)
→ Joner (Bavaria, later Barons and Counts)
→ Kazmair (Munich)
→ Kellner von Zinnendorf
→ Kitscher
→ Klingenberg (Swabia, Counts)
→ Knöringen (Swabia)
→ Krauthaus (Rhineland)
→ Kreittmayr (Bavaria)
→ Königsegg (Swabia, Counts)
→ Laiming (Layming, Bavaria)
→ Landau (Swabia, Counts)
→ Lang (Augsburg)
→ Langenmantel (Augsburg)
→ Lasso, di (Bavaria, descendants of composer)
→ Laubenberg (Swabia)
→ Leonrod (Swabia and Franconia, Barons)
→ Lichtenau (Swabia)
→ Ligsalz (Munich)
→ Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort (Counts, later Princes, Franconia)
→ Mackey (Bavaria, Barons - originally Scottish: MacKay)
→ Mandl von Deutenhofen (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Marquartstein (SE Bavaria, Counts)
→ Marschalk von Bocksberg (Swabia)
→ Martinic (Bohemia)
→ Matern (Lower Bavaria)
→ Mayrhofen (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Megling (Bavaria, Counts)
→ Minnwitz (probably Swabian)
→ Montfort (Swabia, Counts)
→ Muhr (Eichstätt)
→ Nagel von Dirmstein (Palatinate)
→ Neidingen (probably Bavaria)
→ Nenningen (Swabia)
→ Neuhausen (Swabia)
→ Neuhauser (originally from Lower Bavaria)
→ Neumann of Neuburk (Bohemian)
→ Neuneck (Swabia)
→ Niderthor (Tyrol)
→ Nockher (Tyrol, Tölz, Munich)
→ Nothafft (Swabian family)
→ Nuremberg (Burggraf of)
→ Oettingen (Swabia, Counts, later Princes)
→ Onsorg (Augsburg)
→ Ossinger of Haibach (Bavaria)
→ Ow (Bavaria and Swabia, Barons)
→ Pappenheim (Franconia, counts, hereditary marshals)
→ Pappus von Tratzberg (Vorarlberg)
→ Passau (Bavaria, Count - Burggraf)
→ Pauli (Bavaria, later Barons)
→ Pernpeck (Bavaria)
→ Peutinger (Augsburg)
→ Pfauentritt (Augsburg)
→ Pfirt (Ferrette, Alsace, Counts)
→ Pienzenau (Bavaria)
→ Pirchinger (Bavaria)
→ Plieningen (Swabia)
→ Polheim (Pollheim, Upper Austria)
→ Preysing (Counts)
→ Pronner (Munich)
→ Püttrich (Munich)
→ Pötschner (Munich)
→ Radlkofer (Bavaria)
→ Raitenau (Swabia)
→ Rammingen (Swabia)
→ Ranpeck (Bavaria)
→ Ratzenried (Swabia)
→ Rauenberg (perhaps Swabia)
→ Rechberg (Swabia)
→ Rehlinger (Augsburg)
→ Rehm (Rem, Augsburg)
→ Reischach (Swabia)
→ Remchingen (Baden, Barons)
→ Renner von Allmendingen (Swabia)
→ Renz (Ulm)
→ Rhemb (probably Bavaria)
→ Rhäzüns (Barons, Switzerland)
→ Rícan (Caron on R and c) (Bohemia, Barons)
→ Richel zu Winhöhring (Bavaria)
→ Ridler (Augsburg and Munich), later Barons Ridler von Johanneskirchen
→ Riedheim (Swabia)
→ Riether von Bocksberg (Swabia)
→ Rigl (Hofmarksherr, Bavaria)
→ Rodt (Roth von Bußmannshausen, Swabia)
→ Rosenberg (Bohemia, Counts)
→ Rosenbusch (Munich, also Barons)
→ Rot (Ulm)
→ Rotenstein (Swabia)
→ Roth von Bußmannshausen (Swabia)
→ Roth von Schreckenstein (Ulm)
→ Rothenburg (perhaps Swabia)
→ Rott (Bavaria, Counts of)
→ Rottenfeld (Bavaria)
→ Ruffini (Tyrol, Bavaria)
→ Rumelheim (Strasbourg)
→ Sandizell
→ Scharfzand (Munich)
→ Schaumberg (Franconia)
→ Scheibel of Thurnstein and Postmünster (Bavaria)
→ Schellenberg (Swabia)
→ Schellenberger (Augsburg)
→ Schenk von Castell (Swabia)
→ Schenk von Geyern (Eichstätt)
→ Schenk von Stauffenberg (Swabia)
→ Schmid (Bavaria)
→ Schneeweiß (Styria, Salzburg)
→ Schowinger (Schobinger, Switzerland, Munich)
→ Schreckleeb (Bavaria)
→ Schrenck von Notzing (Munich)
→ Schwabsberg (Ellwangen)
→ Schwanenfeld (Bavaria, Barons)
→ Schwaningen (probably Swabia)
→ Schwarzenberg (Franconia, Bohemia, Counts, later Princes)
→ Seckendorf (Swabia)
→ Seehofer (Munich)
→ Segesser (Switzerland, Barons)
→ Senge (details unknown)
→ Sickingen (Swabia)
→ Sonnenberg (Austria, Counts)
→ Speeth (Swabia, Barons)
→ Spiegel (Westphalia)
→ Stadion
→ Stain (vom Stain, Stein zum Rechtenstein, Swabia, Barons, later Counts)
→ Starhemberg (Austria, later Counts and Princes)
→ Steck (probably Swabia)
→ Stor (Stör) von Ostrach (Swabia)
→ Strahl (perhaps Bavaria, Barons)
→ Stubenberg (Styria)
→ Stupf (Munich)
→ Sturmfeder (Swabia, Barons)
→ Sulzbach (NE Bavaria, Counts)
→ Suntheim (Sontheim, Swabia)
→ Syrgenstein (Swabia, later Barons)
→ Sänftl (Munich)
→ Tannberg zu Aurolzmünster (Eastern Bavaria)
→ Taufkircher zu Gutenberg (SE Bavaria, Counts)
→ Thumb von Neuburg (Swabia)
→ Thun-Hohenstein (Counts, Austria, Bohemia)
→ Torseuler (Styria)
→ Trauner (Salzburg, Bavaria)
→ Truchseß von Höfingen (Swabia)
→ Truchseß von Waldburg (Swabia)
→ Turnlin zu Stetten (perhaps Swabia)
→ Turso of Rauheneck (Lower Austria, Knights)
→ Töring-Jettenbach (Counts, Bavaria)
→ Töring-Seefeld (Counts, Bavaria)
→ Ulm (Swabia, Barons, some Counts)
→ Unertl (Bavaria)
→ Vögelin (Augsburg)
→ Vöhlin (Memmingen, Augsburg)
→ Waldbott von Bassenheim (Counts, Rhineland)
→ Waldeck (perhaps Franconia)
→ Waldkirch (Franconia)
→ Waldkirch (Switzerland)
→ Weichs (Weix, Bavaria)
→ Weiler (Swabia)
→ Weinsberg (Bavaria)
→ Welden (Swabia, Barons)
→ Welser (Augsburg)
→ Welsperg (Tyrol, Counts)
→ Weltz (Austria, Counts)
→ Werdenberg (Counts, Swabia)
→ Wernau (Swabia)
→ Werth (Donauwörth, Swabia, Counts)
→ Wessenberg (Swabia)
→ Westernach (Swabia)
→ Westerstetten (Swabia)
→ Wittersheim (probably Bavaria)
→ Wolfstein (Bavaria and Franconia, later Barons and Counts)
→ Wolfurt (Wollfurt, Swabia)
→ Wulfen (Brandenburg)
→ Wunschwitz (Bohemia, Barons)
→ Yfan (Bavaria)
→ Zimmern (Swabia, Counts)
→ Zirnberger (SE Bavaria)
→ Zülnhart (Zillenhart, Swabia)