This year’s spring issue of our magazine »Grb i zastava« was just printed and our members may expect it soon in their mail boxes. Additional copes may be ordered through the Leykam International publishing house. From the contents we highlight:
On the front page, the coat of arms from the shroud of King Tvrtko I and reconstruction of the arms of Bans and Kings of Bosnia from the 13th to the 15th century. This time a somewhat smaller number of articles than usual. As it happened, we received several papers which were longer than our ordinary format, so we had to choose whether to issue them in chapters or in full, like this. I hope you will agree that in full was the better choice.
As usual, we feature a paper on another meritorious Croatian heraldist. Our long-time collaborator from Bosnia-Herzegovina has prepared an interesting review of the medieval Bosnian heraldry. Our secretary continues her run of articles on the heraldic history of her city of Omiš. A colleague from Šibenik presents us with a brief article on an interesting military insignia, and I got the chance to “squeeze in” two shorter articles on actual vexillological issues. I believe all readers will find something of interest.
With a plea to members to settle their annual commitments, being the only way for us to ensure the continuity of publication,
I hope you will enjoy reading GiZ!
The table of contents of this and previous issues see at »Grb i zastava« – Contents.