Sarmatian art and writings
The name and the culture were reflected in contemporary Polish literature.
Sarmatian culture was portrayed by many contemporary writesrs, especialy:
Jan Chryzostom Pasek
Jan Andrzej Morsztyn
Sarmatian architecture was based on gothic architecture. Much of the szlachta residences were wooden.
In 19th century the sarmatian culture of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was portrayed and popularised by Polish writer, Henryk Sienkiewicz in his trilogy (Ogniem i Mieczem, Potop, Pan Wolodyjowski). In the 20th century, Sienkiewicz''s trilogy has been filmed, and sarmatian culture became the subject of many modern books (by Jacek Komuda and others), songs (like that of Jacek Kaczmarski) and even role-playing games like Dzikie Pola.
A HAIL TO THE GODS OF CREATION !
A HAIL TO THE KING OF THE WORLD !
A HAIL TO THE METAL INVASION !
A HEAVENLY KINGDOM ON EARTH !