Bekes ( Polish: Bekesz, Bekiesz, Korniath ) - Polish coat of arms of the nobility .
|In Russia, the coat of arms of Mrochkevich|
In a brown field, an eagle paw; in the upper right corner of the shield there is a golden crescent with horns to the right, and in the lower left, there is a golden eight-pointed star.
At the top of the helmet are three ostrich feathers. The coat of arms of Bekesh (used: Mrochkevichi) is included in Part 1 of the Stamp of the noble family of the Kingdom of Poland, p. 48. On the coat of arms there is a six pointed star drawn, it must be eight-pointed. Bekesh reported an error. HELL
Coat of arms used
Mrochkevichi : Descend from Stanislav Mrochkevich , to whom the King of Poland Stanislav Augustus , as a reward of services rendered to the state and the Monarch, with a certificate in 1775 granted hereditary nobility together with the emblem described above.
- Gajl T. Polish Armorial Middle Ages to 20th Century . - Gdańsk: L&L, 2007 .-- ISBN 978-83-60597-10-1 . (polish)
- Part 1 Herbovnik noble families of the Kingdom of Poland, p. 48