Heraldic news from Homunculus publishing house

Focusing on heraldry, history, and genealogy, Homunculus publishing house (Wijnegem, Belgium) insured since 1996 the publication of “Heraldicum Disputationes”, the Flemish periodical for heraldry. The current issue (Nr. 1 – Vol. 29 – 2024) has the following contents:

  • Marc Van de Cruys – “Redactioneel” (Editorial);
  • Jean-Jacques van Ormelingen – “Een gedenksteen met het wapen van abt-diplomaat Cesare Alessandro Scaglia (1592-1641) te Maaseik” (A memorial stone with the coat of arms of abbot-diplomat Cesare Alessandro Scaglia (1592-1641) at Maaseik);
  • A.M. Bosters – “De kwartieren van Joan Jacob van Vrijberghe (1710-1755)” (The quarters of Joan Jacob van Vrijberghe, 1710-1755);
  • Jan Keuzenkamp – “De schoksgewijze totstandkoming van de gemeentewapens in Twente” (The disorderly creation of municipal coats of arms in Twente);
  • Anton C. Zeven – “Het wapen van Herman van Horne, bisschop van Utrecht (1150-1156)” (The coat of arms of Herman van Horne, bishop of Utrecht, 1150-1156);
  • Ad Overgaag – “Overzeese heraldiek (2), Gabon (deel 2), Ad Overgaag” (Overseas heraldry (2), Gabon (part 2).

At the same publishing house appeared the Flemish version of the text of our colleague, Dr. Nicolas Vernot, former AIH General Secretary, Heraldiek als immaterieel cultureel erfgoed volgens de UNESCO criteria: een presentatie (Heraldry as intangible cultural heritage according to UNESCO criteria: a presentation), 16 pp.