Sigiliile inelare şi stema lui Udrişte Năsturel / The ring seals and Udrişte Nasturel's arm
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|Excerpt||The archive files have revealed two ring seals which were ink imprinted and successively used by the great humanist of the 17th century, Udrişte Năsturel.
The first ring seal, imprinted on several documents from 1627 and 1629, has an octagonal shape of 17x15 mm. It is ornamented whit an escutcheon supported by two rampant lions, face to face. The escutcheon is mounted with a crowned helmet on the top and has the Holy Lamb on the crest. The following letters are visible: "У" and "N".
The second ring seal imprinted on a document from 1638, is an octagonal
shape of 16x15 mm, surrounded by a chirilic imprint with the owner's name. It is ornament with a Polish escutcheon, with mantling on both sides. The escutcheon has a rampant lion with holds a cross with its front paws (on the right side) and the snake to be defeated (on the left side). The escutcheon has a silhouette, identified as Virgin Mary with baby Jesus, on the crest.
The Udrişte Năsturel's arm is preserved on the religious print Imitatione Christi, Dealu Monastery, 1647, as they were translated by him from Latin into Slavonian.
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