Matthias Corvinus: http://d-b-z.de/web/2013/02/23/briefmarken-matthias-corvinus/

Matthias Corvinus: http://d-b-z.de/web/2013/02/23/briefmarken-matthias-corvinus/

George of Poděbrady and Matthias Corvinus—a painting by Mikoláš Aleš. With George on the right and Matthias on the left, looking unimpressed

George of Poděbrady and Matthias Corvinus—a painting by Mikoláš Aleš. With George on the right and Matthias on the left, looking unimpressed

King of Hungary & Croatia - Matthias Ist - Matthias Corvinus (1440-1490)

King of Hungary & Croatia - Matthias Ist - Matthias Corvinus (1440-1490)

CoA Matthias Corvinus by TiltschMaster

CoA Matthias Corvinus by TiltschMaster

Crossbow of Matthian Corvinus, 1489. Hungarian. Wood, ivory, horn, whalebone, tendon/sinew

Crossbow of Matthian Corvinus, 1489. Hungarian. Wood, ivory, horn, whalebone, tendon/sinew

The Hand-pavise (targe?) of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary (1443-90; King, 1458) -- Viennese Master, ca 1485-1490 -- Around the combined coat of arms of New Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia and Ancient Hungary are grouped the king's further coats of arms and the inscription “Alma genitrix Maria interpella pro rege Mathia”. From the charge on the Hunyadi shield, which impales the central coat of arms, Matthias adopted the surname Corvinus ("The Raven"). -- (Paris, Musée de l'Armée)

The Hand-pavise (targe?) of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary (1443-90; King, 1458) -- Viennese Master, ca 1485-1490 -- Around the combined coat of arms of New Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia and Ancient Hungary are grouped the king's further coats of arms and the inscription “Alma genitrix Maria interpella pro rege Mathia”. From the charge on the Hunyadi shield, which impales the central coat of arms, Matthias adopted the surname Corvinus ("The Raven"). -- (Paris, Musée de l'Armée)

Matthias Corvinus – tschechisch Matyáš Korvín

Matthias Corvinus – tschechisch Matyáš Korvín

Matthias Corvinus, also Matthias I (1443 – 1490), was King of Hungary. During his reign, Matthias reduced the power of the feudal lords, and ruled instead with a cadre of talented and highly educated individuals, chosen for their abilities rather than their social status. With his patronage Hungary became the first European country which adopted the Renaissance from Italy. He established educational institutions, patronized art and science, and introduced a new legal system in Hungary

Matthias Corvinus, also Matthias I (1443 – 1490), was King of Hungary. During his reign, Matthias reduced the power of the feudal lords, and ruled instead with a cadre of talented and highly educated individuals, chosen for their abilities rather than their social status. With his patronage Hungary became the first European country which adopted the Renaissance from Italy. He established educational institutions, patronized art and science, and introduced a new legal system in Hungary

Birett  Dieses Bild: 008672   Kunstwerk: Textilie ; Kleidung profan ; Birett des Matthias Corvinus(?)  Dokumentation: 1500 ; 1550 ; Wiener Neustadt ; Österreich ; Niederösterreich ; Stadtmuseum ; A 16  Anmerkungen: 250 Höhe , 250 Durchmesser ; Katalog Matthias Corvinus und die Renaissance in Ungarn, 1982,S. 266f

Birett Dieses Bild: 008672 Kunstwerk: Textilie ; Kleidung profan ; Birett des Matthias Corvinus(?) Dokumentation: 1500 ; 1550 ; Wiener Neustadt ; Österreich ; Niederösterreich ; Stadtmuseum ; A 16 Anmerkungen: 250 Höhe , 250 Durchmesser ; Katalog Matthias Corvinus und die Renaissance in Ungarn, 1982,S. 266f

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