Ceremonial sword of the Order of the Dragons (Latin: Societas Draconistrarum, lit. "Society of the Dragonists") founded in 1408 by Sigismund & Barbara.

Ceremonial sword of the Order of the Dragons (Latin: Societas Draconistrarum, lit. "Society of the Dragonists") founded in 1408 by Sigismund & Barbara.

Abzeichen des 1387 von König Sigismund gestifteten Drachenordens,   um 1430. Bayerisches Nationalmuseum - Werke - single

"Badge of the Order of the Dragon, gold thread couched in coloured silks, with a glass bead forming the eye. The Badge was originally work on a mantle of the Order which was founded by King Sigismuind of Hungary to combat the infidel" (Museum date:

Order of the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DragonOrder badge - Order of the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vlad Tepes III, also known as Vlad Dracula, Prince of Wallachia.  Knight of the Order of the Dragon.

Vlad Tepes III, also known as Vlad Dracula, Prince of Wallachia. Knight of the Order of the Dragon. Vlad III the Impaler

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I am a Templar Knight of the Order of the Dragon. This order was established in 1408 after the Battle of Dobor by Sigismund and his queen, Barbara of Celje.

Grb Lazarevic - Order of the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:Grb Lazarevic-Coat of Arms of Serbian despot Stefan Lazarević with dragon around shield.

The Order of the Dragon was created to defend Europe against the invading Ottoman Turks in the 15th century (Dragon order insignia). The motif is continued in Greek Apollo, and the early Christian narratives about Michael the Archangel and Saint George. The slaying of Vrtra by Indra in the Rigveda also belongs in this category. The theme survives into medieval legend and folklore, with dragon slayers.

Dragon order insignia - Order of the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lesser George of the Order of the Garter; double-sided enamelled gold St George on horseback about to slay the dragon with a sword, within enamelled oval gold garter border; set with four shaped diamonds and fourteen rubies. England 1628-1629. | © Trustees of the British Museum

Lesser George of the Order of the Garter; double-sided enamelled gold St George on horseback about to slay the dragon w a sword, within enamelled oval gold garter border; set w four shaped diamonds and fourteen rubies England

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