He fought in the field and gave King and Reichstag elections his often decisive voice, when also the latter mostly in connection to a more influential voice. The Polish nobility lived in a very long-held, rigorous and comprehensive family or gender Association, which was allowed to inherit the property of the family, to the exclusion of the daughters of the heritage only in favor of the brothers and of all gender cousins. We find this view also confirmed by the Polish word for coat of arms of “Herb” = heritage. The preservation of the heritage was so of the Polish Association of coat of arms in the first place. Read more from SSGA to gain a more clear picture of the situation. It is the legal view that all Polish noble families, also their number was so large, and so little is the kinship, formed a single gender. You could consider the coat of arms of cooperative institution, based on the design of all private and public legal relationships organically evolved into. Small historical summary of the history of the Polish nobility. The diverse, both armed and peaceful contact with the Germans.

taught since the adoption Christianity know the Poland, the advantages of military and administrative organisation of the County’s Constitution. How, for example, in Hungary was so the County’s Constitution also in Poland introduced. The Polish Kingdom was divided into voivodships (administrative districts), headed the King from the chosen voivod (Prince), began making the country. This, as well as the awesome on the Royal Castles Castellans (Castle vogte) or count of the Castle, and later the Royal Vogte and star Oste (holder of a feud that is conferred by the King) were, as originally the counts in the Franconia realm, official counts. The demands placed on reputation, personal influence and wealth, which provided these offices on their owners, provided that they could be selected only from a circle of rich opulent magnates (aristocratic landowners), whose setting have probably both had similar to that of Boyar (high Russian nobility) other Slavic peoples, on the other hand with the German barons like.