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The count’s seals are attached to both parts of this document known as a chirograph: a document written in duplicate on the same parchment. The text is cut perfectly in two through the sentence “CY RO GRA PHUS” and was given to both parties of the agreement, i.e. the count and the city of Sint-Truiden.

Note the sword being attached to the count’s body by a chain, a very common feature of the later 13th and the 14th century, possibly indicating a coat-of-plates worn over the hauberk and under the surcoat. Ailettes are worn on the shoulders. Also note the large mantle falling down from the great helm’s crest. The cone-shaped crest is decorated with the coat of arms of Loon and the two barbels of Chiny placed against it.
The coats of arms of Loon, ‘barry of 10 Or and gules’ and Chiny, ‘gules crusily fitchy two barbels addorsed Or’, are depicted impaled (divided) on the count’s shield, surcoat, saddle and the horse’s caparison and crest.

A replica of an identical seal of count Lodewijk can be seen in the university of Leuven: www.flickr.com/photos/roelipilami/1624854267/in/album-721...

Pictures taken at the exhibition "Limburg tussen staf en troon, 1000 jaar graafschap Loon" in Alden Biesen Castle, Bilzen, province of Limburg, Belgium (October 26th 2018 - March 10th 2019).

Tags:   1331 louis looz loon lodewijk comte count graf graaf IV chiny chirograph document oorkonde seal zegel sceau alden biesen sint-truiden liège belgium stadsarchief archives état belgique knight ritter ridder chevalier shield chain crest cimier helmteken helmzier caparison horse mail hauberk surcoat surcotte surcote ailettes saddle mantle sello caballero siegel conde malla cota maliënkolder wappenkleid waffenkleid barbel coat arms heraldry heraldique sword epee zwaard great helm heaume topfhelm pothelm kuiphelm cimera cotte pferd limburg

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The count’s seals are attached to both parts of this document known as a chirograph: a document written in duplicate on the same parchment. The text is cut perfectly in two through the sentence “CY RO GRA PHUS” and was given to both parties of the agreement, i.e. the count and the city of Sint-Truiden.

Note the sword being attached to the count’s body by a chain, a very common feature of the later 13th and the 14th century, possibly indicating a coat-of-plates worn over the hauberk and under the surcoat. Ailettes are worn on the shoulders. Also note the large mantle falling down from the great helm’s crest. The cone-shaped crest is decorated with the coat of arms of Loon and the two barbels of Chiny placed against it.
The coats of arms of Loon, ‘barry of 10 Or and gules’ and Chiny, ‘gules crusily fitchy two barbels addorsed Or’, are depicted impaled (divided) on the count’s shield, surcoat, saddle and the horse’s caparison and crest.

A replica of an identical seal of count Lodewijk can be seen in the university of Leuven: www.flickr.com/photos/roelipilami/1624854267/in/album-721...

Pictures taken at the exhibition "Limburg tussen staf en troon, 1000 jaar graafschap Loon" in Alden Biesen Castle, Bilzen, province of Limburg, Belgium (October 26th 2018 - March 10th 2019).

Tags:   1331 louis looz loon lodewijk comte count graf graaf IV chiny chirograph document oorkonde seal zegel sceau alden biesen sint-truiden liège belgium stadsarchief archives état belgique knight ritter ridder chevalier shield chain crest cimier helmteken helmzier caparison horse mail hauberk surcoat surcotte surcote ailettes saddle mantle sello caballero siegel conde malla cota maliënkolder wappenkleid waffenkleid barbel coat arms heraldry heraldique sword epee zwaard great helm heaume topfhelm pothelm kuiphelm cimera cotte pferd limburg

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The count’s seals are attached to both parts of this document known as a chirograph: a document written in duplicate on the same parchment. The text is cut perfectly in two through the sentence “CY RO GRA PHUS” and was given to both parties of the agreement, i.e. the count and the city of Sint-Truiden.

Note the sword being attached to the count’s body by a chain, a very common feature of the later 13th and the 14th century, possibly indicating a coat-of-plates worn over the hauberk and under the surcoat. Ailettes are worn on the shoulders. Also note the large mantle falling down from the great helm’s crest. The cone-shaped crest is decorated with the coat of arms of Loon and the two barbels of Chiny placed against it.
The coats of arms of Loon, ‘barry of 10 Or and gules’ and Chiny, ‘gules crusily fitchy two barbels addorsed Or’, are depicted impaled (divided) on the count’s shield, surcoat, saddle and the horse’s caparison and crest.

A replica of an identical seal of count Lodewijk can be seen in the university of Leuven: www.flickr.com/photos/roelipilami/1624854267/in/album-721...

Pictures taken at the exhibition "Limburg tussen staf en troon, 1000 jaar graafschap Loon" in Alden Biesen Castle, Bilzen, province of Limburg, Belgium (October 26th 2018 - March 10th 2019).

Tags:   1331 louis looz loon lodewijk comte count graf graaf IV chiny chirograph document oorkonde seal zegel sceau alden biesen sint-truiden liège belgium stadsarchief archives état belgique knight ritter ridder chevalier shield chain crest cimier helmteken helmzier caparison horse mail hauberk surcoat surcotte surcote ailettes saddle mantle sello caballero siegel conde malla cota maliënkolder wappenkleid waffenkleid barbel coat arms heraldry heraldique sword epee zwaard great helm heaume topfhelm pothelm kuiphelm cimera cotte pferd limburg

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The count’s seals are attached to both parts of this document known as a chirograph: a document written in duplicate on the same parchment. The text is cut perfectly in two through the sentence “CY RO GRA PHUS” and was given to both parties of the agreement, i.e. the count and the city of Sint-Truiden.

Note the sword being attached to the count’s body by a chain, a very common feature of the later 13th and the 14th century, possibly indicating a coat-of-plates worn over the hauberk and under the surcoat. Ailettes are worn on the shoulders. Also note the large mantle falling down from the great helm’s crest. The cone-shaped crest is decorated with the coat of arms of Loon and the two barbels of Chiny placed against it.
The coats of arms of Loon, ‘barry of 10 Or and gules’ and Chiny, ‘gules crusily fitchy two barbels addorsed Or’, are depicted impaled (divided) on the count’s shield, surcoat, saddle and the horse’s caparison and crest.

A replica of an identical seal of count Lodewijk can be seen in the university of Leuven: www.flickr.com/photos/roelipilami/1624854267/in/album-721...

Pictures taken at the exhibition "Limburg tussen staf en troon, 1000 jaar graafschap Loon" in Alden Biesen Castle, Bilzen, province of Limburg, Belgium (October 26th 2018 - March 10th 2019).

Tags:   1331 louis looz loon lodewijk comte count graf graaf IV chiny chirograph document oorkonde seal zegel sceau alden biesen sint-truiden liège belgium stadsarchief archives état belgique knight ritter ridder chevalier shield chain crest cimier helmteken helmzier caparison horse mail hauberk surcoat surcotte surcote ailettes saddle mantle sello caballero siegel conde malla cota maliënkolder wappenkleid waffenkleid barbel coat arms heraldry heraldique sword epee zwaard great helm heaume topfhelm pothelm kuiphelm cimera cotte pferd limburg

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The count’s seals are attached to both parts of this document known as a chirograph: a document written in duplicate on the same parchment. The text is cut perfectly in two through the sentence “CY RO GRA PHUS” and was given to both parties of the agreement, i.e. the count and the city of Sint-Truiden.

Note the sword being attached to the count’s body by a chain, a very common feature of the later 13th and the 14th century, possibly indicating a coat-of-plates worn over the hauberk and under the surcoat. Ailettes are worn on the shoulders. Also note the large mantle falling down from the great helm’s crest. The cone-shaped crest is decorated with the coat of arms of Loon and the two barbels of Chiny placed against it.
The coats of arms of Loon, ‘barry of 10 Or and gules’ and Chiny, ‘gules crusily fitchy two barbels addorsed Or’, are depicted impaled (divided) on the count’s shield, surcoat, saddle and the horse’s caparison and crest.

A replica of an identical seal of count Lodewijk can be seen in the university of Leuven: www.flickr.com/photos/roelipilami/1624854267/in/album-721...

Pictures taken at the exhibition "Limburg tussen staf en troon, 1000 jaar graafschap Loon" in Alden Biesen Castle, Bilzen, province of Limburg, Belgium (October 26th 2018 - March 10th 2019).

Tags:   1331 louis looz loon lodewijk comte count graf graaf IV chiny chirograph document oorkonde seal zegel sceau alden biesen sint-truiden liège belgium stadsarchief archives état belgique knight ritter ridder chevalier shield chain crest cimier helmteken helmzier caparison horse mail hauberk surcoat surcotte surcote ailettes saddle mantle sello caballero siegel conde malla cota maliënkolder wappenkleid waffenkleid barbel coat arms heraldry heraldique sword epee zwaard great helm heaume topfhelm pothelm kuiphelm cimera cotte pferd limburg


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