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Vladimir M.  Matevski

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 9th July 2007. Registration No. 0114.

Arms: Gules, a winged unicorn rampant Argent, horned, crined, unguled and langued Or; on a chief Azure a rising Sun of Vergina Argent.

Crest: A key ward outwards and to base Gules and a sword also point to base Azure in saltire.

Motto: NEBESNIH VOINSTV ARHISTRATIZI (In Churchslavovic: YOU, COMMANDERS OF HEAVENLY ARMIES)

Private Registration: CROM-BHGS Serbia, Armorial Charter 19th June 2007. No.009/07.

The Arms of Vladimir Matevski

The Armiger was born in Valjevo, Serbia, on the 16th March 1969 and works as a professional journalist.

The unicorn on the arms represents a symbol of power, bravery and purity, and it is winged as a reminder of the Family's Patron Saint (Slava) Ė Saint Archangel Michael.

The motto has the same significance since it is borrowed from the troparion to Saint Archangel Michael.

The Sun of Vergina alludes to the region in Macedonia where the Armigerís ancestors came from.

The key and sword in the crest represents Saint Apostles Peter and Paul, Patron Saints of the Parish Church where the maternal ancestors of the Matevski family have been Christened for generations.

The Heraldic Heirs to these arms are the Armigerís son - Aleksandar V. Matevski and daughter - Mina V. Matevska.

 

 

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