COULANGE la Vineuse , La France en 1726 ; Bourgogne,
HistoryCOULANGE la Vineuse ! What to say about COULANGE la Vineuse ?
"At the time that destroys everything, man responds with the image" (Michel Tournier)
"This is a terrible name that is associated with a shield"
Are all descendants of a common ancestor named COULANGE la Vineuse ( La France en 1726 ; Bourgogne, )?
The origin of the name COULANGE la Vineuse is not a personification of chance or a pagan deity rival Fortune or Fate.
In truth, the COULANGE la Vineuse , also wrote the story in the shadow of the great characters, and the arms COULANGE la Vineuse is not enough to explain the reasons for your interest.
All pictures COULANGE la Vineuse , in the passage of time, symbolize the permanence of COULANGE la Vineuse in history and the seal of COULANGE la Vineuse and seals, the charter of the "mortal immortal" human position ...?
Preconceived opinion, blind judgment on heraldry COULANGE la Vineuse . A disastrous prejudice inherited from the Revolution, left thinking that the arms were the preserve of the nobility. The nobles were not the only ones to have their faces, and the states, cities, provinces, corporations, clergy, laity, commoners, etc.. had their arms. Nowadays, all persons who wish, can wear and wear a shield.
Too often, heraldry is considered a discipline is dominated by aristocratic pretensions, either symbolic or esoteric concerns, either by the "bling bling" effect. In fact, Auxiliary history, it identifies a family, a person, in addition to give a "marital status" to many objects: artwork, antiques, dishes, books, etc. while. dating them.
COULANGE la Vineuse "right image".
Everyone can find his name has left a "right image" comes to us from antiquity, and is called in Roman law, the privilege owned originally by the patricians alone expose, under atrium of their home, their own image and those of their ancestors. In some cases, broke the images of their ancestors and they were thrown to the ground to trample. This is what we did later to the arms of the nobles who had earned the degradation and loss of their reputations.