|06/2005||David M. Cvet - A Brief History of Slovenian Heraldry
A similar article to the previous article below, published in the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada's popular heraldry journal for its members entitled "Heraldry in Canada". The journal is distributed four times annually to the Society's more than 500 members across Canada.
|04/2005||David M. Cvet - A Brief History of Slovenian Heraldry
Slovenia was actively engaged in the practice of heraldry for more than a thousand years, and it is still in effect today in the form of municipal arms and the nation's flag. The article describes the possible source of the gold stars on today's coat of arms, and the history of the colors that appear on both the coat of arms and the nation's flag.
|03/2005||Toma Vegelj - Za na ! e heraldi no opismenjevanje
An article that criticizes the state of heraldry in Slovenia with respect to municipal arms, and whether or not they have been officially accepted by the municipalities, and the need training in the art and science of heraldry through including training in school programs. The writer suggests that there is no need for heraldry in today's world.
|06/2003||Polona Prešeren/Government PR and Media Office - State Insignia - Subject to Change?
The National Assembly had published a competition for designers for new state insignia (the coat-of arms, the flag and the symbol). It could therefore easily happen that Slovenia will join the EU with new, more distinctive symbols, so that Slovenia will no longer be confused with other countries, in particular, Slovakia.