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Volodymyr Panchenko. Starovynni herby ukrajinskykh mist. (Ancient Coats of Arms of Ukrainian Cities)

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Volodymyr Panchenko. Starovynni herby ukrajinskykh mist. (Ancient Coats of Arms of Ukrainian Cities)
"The proposed edition contains graphic reconstructions, descriptions, and information on the history of ancient coats of arms of cities and towns from all regions of our state, reproduced based on contemporary documentary sources – from the 14th to the early 20th century. This book is a priceless find for all engaged fans of Ukrainian antiquities and of our past."
The illustration materials were provided by the author.
The book is in the convenient "pocket" format.
In Ukrainian
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Edition type: hard cover
Format: 122x165 mm
Number of pages: 384, illustrated
Publisher: A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA, Kyiv
Contents
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- Vstup

1. Osnovni pravyla heral‘dyky: 1. Barvy  2. Shchyt  3. Fihury

2. Korotka istorija mis‘koji heral‘dyky Ukrajiny

3. Opysy ta rekonstruktsiji herbiv mist Ukrajiny:

A – Akkerman, Anan‘jiv, Andrijivka

B – Bahachka, Bazalija, Balaklava, Balaklija, Balta, Bar, Barysh, Baryshivka, Barok, Baturyn, Bakhmach, Bakhmut, Bakhchysaray, Berehy, Berehove, Berehomet, Berezhany, Berezan‘, Berezna, Berezne, Berezny, Berestechko, Beryslav, Bershad‘, Bibrka, Bila, Bila Tserkva, Bilyy Kamin‘, Bilyky, Bilky, Bilobozhnytsja, Bilovods‘k, Bilozir'ja, Bilopillja, Bilotserkivka, Bil‘che-Zolote, Bil‘shivtsi, Bishche, Bobrynets‘, Bobrovnytsja, Bohdan, Bohodukhiv, Bohorodchany, Juohuslav, Bolhrad, Bolekhiv, Boremel‘, Borzna, Boryslav, Boryspil‘, Boromlja, Borshchiv, Bojany, Bratslav, Brody, Brukhnal‘, Bubniv, Budaniv, Bukachivtsi, Burshtyn, Bus‘k, Butsniv, Buchach

V – Varva, Vary, Varjazh, Vasyl‘kiv, Vasjuchyn, Vashkivtsi, Velidzh, Velyka Kam'janka, Velykyy Bereznyy, Velykyy Bychkiv, Velykyy Kuchuriv, Velykyy Khodachkiv, Velyki Birky, Velyki Budyshcha, Velyki Didushychi, Velyki Kanivtsi, Velyki Luchky, Velyki Mosty, Vepryk, Verbovets‘, Veremijivka, Verkijivka, Verkhivka, Verkhn‘odniprovs‘k, Vybli, Vybranivka, Vyzhva, Vyzhnytsja, Vylkove, Vylok, Vynnyky, Vyspa, Vyshkove, Vyshnivets‘, Vinnytsja, Vlasivka, Vovchans‘k, Voznesens‘k, Voynyliv, Volynka, Volove, Volovets‘, Volodymyr-Volyns‘kyy, Volochys‘k, Voloshcha, Voronizh, Voron‘kiv

H – Hadjach, Haysyn, Halych, Hvizdets‘, Hel‘mjaziv, Hertsa, Hlyboka, Hlyns‘ke, Hlynjany, Hlukhiv, Hovtva, Hoholiv, Holohory, Horinchove, Horodenka, Horodyshche, Horodnja, Horodok, Horodok, Horodok, Horozhanka, Horokhiv, Horoshyn, Hradyz‘k, Hraniv, Hrymayliv, Hrun‘, Husakiv, Husjatyn

D – Davydiv, Deljatyn, Derazhne, Derhachi, Dzvenyhorod, Dobromyl‘, Dobrotvir, Dobrotiv, Dovhe, Dolyna, Domontiv, Drohobych, Dubno, Dubrovytsja, Dunajiv, Dunajivtsi

Ye – Yevratoria, Yezupil‘, Yelysavethrad

Zh – Zhadova, Zhelekhiv, Zhydachiv, Zhydjatychi, Zhytomyr, Zhovkva, Zhovnyn, Zhuravka, Zhuravno, Zhuriv

Z – Zabolotiv, Zavaliv, Zavallja, Zaliztsi, Zalishchyky, Zauddja, Zaslav, Zastavna, Zbarazh, Zboriv, Zvenyhorod, Zvenyhorodka, Zdolbuniv, Zin‘kiv, Zin‘kiv, Zmijiv, Zolotyy Potok, Zolotonosha, Zolochiv, Zolochiv

I – Ivanhorod, Ivanytsja, Izmajil, Izjum, Illintsi, Il‘nytsja, Irklijiv, Irshava, Ichnja

K – Kalush, Kam'janets‘-Podil‘s‘kyy, Kam'janka-Strumylova, Kaniv, Karabutove, Karasubazar, Kasperivtsi, Katerynopil‘, Katerynoslav, Kvitky, Keleberda, Kerch, Kyjiv, Kyselivka, Kytayhorod, Kyshen‘ky, Kiblych, Kid‘osh, Kilija, Kinburn, Kitsman‘, Klevan‘, Knjahynychi, Knjazhdvir, Kobeljaky, Kybyzhcha, Kovalivka, Kovel‘, Kozelets‘, Kozliv, Kozova, Kolyndjany, Kolky, Kolodribka, Kolomak, Kolomyja, Kolontajiv, Komarno, Komyshnja, Konotop, Konjukhy, Kopayhorod, Kopychyntsi, Korets‘, Kornytsja, Koroleve, Korolivka, Korop, Koropets‘, Korostyshiv, Korsun‘, Korshiv, Kosiv, Koson‘, Kostopil‘, Kostjantyniv, Kostjantynhorod, Kotel‘va, Koshovata, Krakovets‘, Krasnyy Koljadyn, Krasnojil‘s‘k, Krasnokuts‘k, Krasnopillja, Kremenets‘, Kremenchuk, Kryve, Kryvyy Rih, Kryvche, Kryliv, Krystynopil‘, Krolevets‘, Kropyvna, Krukenychi, Kudryntsi, Kuemyn, Kukeziv, Kukil‘nyky, Kulachyn, Kulachkivtsi, Kulykiv, Kupchyntsi, Kup'jans‘k, Kurin‘ky, Kuropatnyky, Kuty, Kutkir

L – Labun‘, Lanivtsi, Lanchyn, Lebedyn, Letychiv, Leshniv, Lyman, Lypovets‘, Lyptsi, Lysjatychi, Lytvyniv, Lytjachi, Lychkivtsi, Lityn, Lomovate, Lopatyn, Lokhvytsja, Loshniv, Lubny, Luhans‘k, Lukim'ja, Luts‘k, Ljubech, Ljuboml‘, Ljuten‘ka, Ljakhvytsi, Ljashky-Murovani, L‘viv

M – Maheriv, Mariupol‘, Marijampil‘, Markova, Markopil‘, Makhnivka, Matsijiv, Majaky, Majachka, Medvedivka, Medenychi, Medzhybizh, Mezhyrich, Mezhyrich, Melitopol‘, Mel‘nytsja-Podil‘s‘ka, Mena, Merefa, Mykytyntsi, Mykolajiv, Mykolajiv, Mykolajiv, Mykolay, Mykulyntsi, Myljanovychi, Myrhorod, Myropillja, Mkhalpil‘, Mykhal‘che, Myshkovychi, Mizoch, Mohyliv-Podil‘s‘kyy, Monastyrys‘ka, Monastyryshche, Morivs‘k, Mostys‘ka, Mokhnach, Moshny, Mryn, Mukachevo, Mshana

N – Navarija, Nadvirna, Narajiv, Nastasiv, Nedryhayliv, Nemyriv, Nemyriv, Nekhvoroshch, Nekhvoroshcha, Nyzhankovychi, Nyzhniv, Nyzhni Verets‘ky, Nyzhni Stanivtsi, Nizhyn, Nova Basan‘, Nova Vodolaha, Nova Ushnytsja, Novhorod-Sivers‘kyy, Nove Misto, Nove Selo, Nove Selo, Novyy Bilous, Novyy Vytkiv, Novyy Myljatyn, Novi Mlyny, Novi Sanzhary Novoheorhijivs‘k, Novohrad-Volyns‘kyy, Novomyrhorod, Novomoskovs‘k, Novoukrajinka, Nohays‘k, Nosivka

O – Obertyn, Ovidiopol‘, Ovruch, Odesa, Ozerna, Ozerjany, Okny, Okopy, Oleksandrivs‘k, Oleksandrija, Oles‘ko, Oleshky, Olyka, Olyshivka, Ol‘viopil‘, Ol‘hopil‘, Omel‘nyk, Opalyn, Opishnja, Orikhiv, Orikhovets‘, Orlyk, Ostap'je, Oster, Ostroh, Otynija, Okhtyrka, Ochakiv

P – Pavlohrad, Perevolochna, Perevolochne, Perekop, Peremyshljany, Perechyn, Perejaslav, Petlykivtsi, Pechenihy, Pechenizhyn, Pyrjatyn, Pidbuzh Pidvysoke,Pidvolochys‘k, Pidhaytsi, Pidhoroddja, Pidkamin‘, Pidkamin‘, Pistyn‘, Pishchane, Polonne, Poltava, Pomorjany, Ponornytsja, Popivka, Potelych, Potoky, Pochajiv, Pryluky, Probizhna, Proskuriv, Prokhory, Putyvl‘, Putyla, P'jatyhory, P'jatka

R – Rava-Rus‘ka, Radekhiv, Radomyshl‘, Rayhorodok, Raytarovychi, Rakovets‘, Ratne, Rakhiv, Rashivka, Reni, Reshetylivka, Rivne, Rohatyn, Rohachyn, Rozhyshche, Rozhniv, Rozhnjativ, Rozdil, Rojishche, Romanivka, Romny, Rosvyhove, Rublivka, Rudky

S – Sadhora, Saltykova Divytsja, Sal‘nytsja, Sambir, Saranchuky, Sarny, Sasiv, Sataniv, Sakhnivka, Svaljava, Svatova Luchka, Svynjukhy, Svirzh, Sevastopol‘, Sevljush, Sedniv, Seljatyn, Sencha, Seredyna-Buda, Serednje, Sydoriv, Synjavka, Simferopol‘, Skala-Podil‘s‘ka, Skalat, Skvyra, Skole, Slabyn, Slavuta, Slov'janoserbs‘k, Slov'jans‘k, Smila, Smile, Smozhe Smotrych, Snityn, Snjatyn, Sokal‘, Sokil, Sokilka, Sokoliv, Sokolivka, Sokolivka, Sokolove, Solotvyn, Sorochyntsi, Sosnytsja, Sribne, Stanislaviv, Stanislavchyk, Stara Huta, Stara Sil‘, Stara Ushytsja, Stare Selo, Staryy Krym, Staryy Nyzhbirok, Staryy Saltiv, Staryy Sambir, Stari Sanzhary, Starobil‘s‘k, Starokostjantyniv, Stepan‘, Stol‘ne, Storozhynets‘, Stojaniv, Stratyn, Stremil‘che, Stryy, Strilyshcha, Strusiv, Sudova Vyshnja, Sumy, Sukhostav

T – Taboriv, Tadani, Taykury, Tarashcha, Tarnoruda, Tartakiv, Teofipilka, Terebovlja, Teresva, Ternopil‘, Tysmenytsja, Tlumach, Tovste, Tovste, Toporiv, Torchyn, Trebushany, Tul‘chyn, Turka, Tjachiv

U – Uhniv, Uzhhorod, Ulashkivtsi, Uman‘, Univ, Ustechko, Ustyvytsja, Ustja-Biskups‘ke, Ustja-Zelene, Utoropy

F – Fel‘shtyn, Feodosija, Firlejiv, Firlejivka, Fraha

Kh – Kharkiv, Kherson, Khyriv, Khmeliv, Khmil‘nyk, Khodoriv, Kholojiv, Khomutets‘, Khorol, Khorostkiv, Khotymmyr, Khotyn, Khust

Ts – Tsarychanka

Ch – Cherkasy, Chernelytsja, Cherneliv-Mazovets‘kyy, Chernivtsi, Chernihiv, Chechel‘nyk, ChyhyrynChyhyryn-Dibrova, Chop, Chornyy Ardiv, Chornukhy, Chortkiv, Chortovets‘, Chuhujiv, Chudey, Chudniv

Sh – Shalanky, Shapovalivka, Sharhorod, Shatava, Sheptaky, Shyshaky

Sch – Schyrets‘, Schurovets‘

Ya – Yabluneve, Yabluniv, Yabluniv, Yavoriv, Yahil‘nytsja, Yahotyn, Yazlovets‘, Yalta, Yampil‘, Yampil‘, Yampil‘, Yanyshpil‘ (Brysi), Yaniv, Yaniv, Yares‘ky, Yarychiv, Yasinja

Publisher: A-BA-BA-HA-LA-MA-HA
Catalogue number: ISBN 9786175851401
Year: 2018

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International price: $12.90USD
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