Terça-feira, 5 de Agosto de 2014

Dilke - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Dilke of Sloane Street: a dove proper”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: disassociated from the shield.
Canting impression: “to deal”.
Virtual trace: shield » separation and tinctures » per pale argent and or.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 6 ~ 7.

Cypher: 7.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Sábado, 2 de Agosto de 2014

Foster - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Foster of Norwich: a stag proper, the right forepaw on an escutcheon gules charged with a castle argent”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: small.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “to stir”.
Virtual trace: shield » figuration » bugle-horns.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 7 ~ 7.

Cypher: 2.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Quarta-feira, 30 de Julho de 2014

Lawson - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Lawson of Brough Hall: a martlet sable, on a cap of maintenance gules, turned up ermine”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “to use on”.
Virtual trace: crest » figuration » cap.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 7 ~ 8.

Cypher: 47.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Domingo, 27 de Julho de 2014

Hayes - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Hayes of Westminster: a falcon, wings endorsed or, on a perch proper, pendent from the beak an escutcheon gules charged with a leopard's face of the first”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “to raise”.
Virtual trace: crest » attitude » perched.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: excellent.
Number of graphemes: 7 ~ 5.

Cypher: 240.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Domingo, 20 de Julho de 2014

The Flag of the «Leal Senado» of Macau

EACS

 

 

Jointly organized by the University of Minho and University of Coimbra, the XX Congress of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS) will take place during the next 22 to 24th July (Braga) and 25 to 26th July (Coimbra). The EACS was founded to promote and foster by every possible means, all scholarly activities related to Chinese Studies in Europe, not engaged in any political activity. We will be present in Braga the 24th of July, at the University of Minho, Building 2, Room 306, by 4:00 pm, with a small study on the protosemantics of the old flag of the «Leal Senado» of Macau. You may read the abstract here:

"A Pearly Blue Shade of Macau - The Flag of the "Leal Senado".

The discussion panels include: Art and Arcaheology - Cinema, Media and Performing Arts - Culture - East-West Contact - Economy - Gender Studies - History (Pre-Modern, Modern) - International Relations - Law - Linguistics - Literature (Pre-Modern and Modern) - Macau Studies - Philosophy and Religion - Politics - Sociology - Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language - Translation Studies.

 


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Sábado, 19 de Julho de 2014

Greenall - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Greenall of Walton Hall: a pomme surmounted by a stringed bugle-horn, all between two wings or”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “green”.
Virtual trace: shield» tincture » vert.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 9 ~ 8.

Cypher: 113.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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