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Image by António Martins, 8 February 2002On this page:
[Editor's note: the following translation by Chrystian Kretowicz of the Banderia Prutenorum manuscript is based on a translation from Latin into Old Polish, available at the Choragwie Pruskie cz. 1 - Jan Dlugosz webpage.]
15. Banner of the Great Komturia of Sztum [Stuhm], led by distinguished gentleman, Brother Conrad Lichtersten and composed of hired knights from Austria with few brothers of the Order. Note: this banner is 3 and 1/4 cubits long, 3 cubits wide. [Editor's note: about 162 cm × 150 cm.]\
Chrystian Kretowicz, 2 June 2001
The original image shows the flag hanging vertically (hoist in the top of the picture) and a wodden pole is visible at the viewer's right hand (my image being thus a supposed backside); no finial; white sleeve.
António Martins, 28 February 2002
From the Teutonic Banners at Tannenberg webpage: "Grand Komturia. The standard of the Grosskomtur. The Grosskomtur's banner [a military unit size] comprised mostly of hired Knights from Austria along with some Brethren."
Santiago Dotor, 8 June 2005