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  Your Coat of Arms / Family Crest ... HERE
Orvieto - Coat of Arms Heraldry of Orvieto.
AOC - Coat of Arms The Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Heraldry & Coat of Arms Heraldry & Coat of Arms.
www.irishfamilycoatsofarms.com /yocoofarfacr.html   (15911 words)

The arms of Canada show a royal helmet, which is a barred helm of gold looking outward and draped in a mantle of white and red which are the official colours of Canada.
Canada's motto "A Mari usque ad Mare" (From sea to sea) is based on biblical scripture: "He shall have dominion from sea to sea and from the river unto the ends of the earth (Psalm 72:8)".
In 1957, when Canada's arms were slightly modified to produce a cleaner more contemporary design, the Government replaced the original Tudor crown of the 1921 design by a crown that would represent not just one of the royal families of English monarchs, but centuries of kings and queens of England.
www.pch.gc.ca /progs/cpsc-ccsp/sc-cs/arm2_e.cfm   (1474 words)

 The Coat of Arms of Canada
The Arms of Canada was adopted by proclamation of King George V on November 21, 1921.
On the advice of the Prime Minister of Canada, Her Majesty the Queen approved, on July 12, 1994, that the Royal Arms of Canada be augmented.
The Coat of Arms is supported by the lion of England holding the Royal Union Flag and the unicorn of Scotland carrying the flag of Royal France.
www.tgmag.ca /canada/coat_e.html   (171 words)

 Coat of Arms of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Royal Arms of the United Kingdom (quartering the arms of England, Scotland and Ireland) were the essential symbol of royal authority in Canada at this period and into the twentieth century.
The Coat of Arms of Canada as depicted in 1923.
The present design of the arms of Canada was drawn by Cathy Bursey-Sabourin, Fraser Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority, and was approved by H.M. the Queen, on the advice of the Prime Minister of Canada, on July 12, 1994.
www.heraldry.ca /misc/coatArmsCanada.htm   (1452 words)

 Canada - Coat of Arms
In 1922, the shield of the arms of Canada replaced the quartered shield badge on the Canadian Red Ensign, Blue Ensign and the flag of the Governor-General.
A decision to apply for arms had been made early in 1919, but it was two and a half years before there was agreement on the design and form of authorisation, mainly due to objections from the College of Arms and legal opinions of British Law Officers.
This represented Canada as the heir of the four older kingdoms.
flagspot.net /flags/ca-arms.html   (1118 words)

 Canada - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a Commonwealth Realm that formally recognizes Elizabeth II as Queen of Canada, Role and Responsibilities of the Governor General whose duties are performed on a day-to-day basis by the Governor General at the federal level and by the Lieutenant-Governors at the provincial level.
Canada's two official languages, English and French, are the mother tongues of 56.3% and 28.7% of the population respectively.
Canada is known for its vast forests and mountain ranges, and the animals that reside within them, such as moose, beavers, caribou, polar bears, grizzly bears, Canada goose and the common loon.
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Canada   (5087 words)

 Womack Coat of Arms
Early arms depict the cloak quite accurately, with the outer surface reflecting the predominant color of the arms, and its inner lining indicating the predominant metal.
A motto was not granted with the Coat of Arms and not all Coats of Arms carry a motto.
In this case, the man’s family coat of arms was in the upper left quarter (as you look at the coat of arms) and lower right, while the woman’s family’s arms were in the other two quarters.
www.womacknet.net /crest/coatofarms.htm   (1741 words)

 McClintock Coat of Arms
Coats of arms were originally developed for medieval messengers of the Kings of Europe, Great Britain and Ireland during the 12
From these functions they became men well versed in the different coats of arms and were entrusted with the registering and record keeping of the different coats used by individuals and families.
In England, Henry the V issued a writ proclaiming that no man should assume a coat of arms unless he possessed or ought to possess one in right of his ancestors or by grant of some person competent to grant it.
www.fortunecity.com /millenium/bankhead/435/mcclintockcoatofarms.htm   (1201 words)

 coat of arms
The establishment of Coats of Arms was introduced into Ireland by the Normans in the eleventh century and was adopted by some Gaelic families.
A coat of arms is strictly hereditary within a single family in English and Scottish heraldry.
The coat of arms in Ireland and most of the English coats display three red roses on a silver or white chevron.
www.knowlesclan.org /coat_of_arms.htm   (849 words)

The Royal arms of the United Kingdom were then freely used to identify the offices of the Government of Canada.
This request was approved and the arms assigned to Canada were appointed and declared in the proclamation (text on next page) of His Majesty King George V dated November 21, 1921.
The shield at the centre of the Coat of Arms is the most important part of the design.
www.geocities.com /sharut/arms.html   (1638 words)

 CBRM Coat of Arms
In the case of the Regional Municipality's Coat of Arms the shield has a green background with a Cape Breton Sloop in gold and silver (the sails are white).
As well, the Cape Breton Sloop appeared on the Coats of Arms of the City of Sydney and the Town of North Sydney, both of which had petitioned for, and were granted, official Coats of Arms.
The unicorn, a mythical beast, is depicted in the Coat of Arms of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Olympus/4369/cbrmarms.html   (1700 words)

 British Columbia, Canada Emblems: Coat of Arms
Our Coat of Arms is a symbol of sovereignty as these are the arms of Her Majesty in right of British Columbia and a symbol of our co-sovereign status as a province of the Canadian federation.
Arms: Argent, 3 bars wavy azure, issuant from the base a demi-sun in splendour proper, on a chief, the Union Device charged in the centre point with an antique crown or.
Coats of arms are properly described in the formal language of HERALDRY, which, among English speakers, is a vocabulary derived from Norman French with borrowings from Latin and other languages.
www.msacomputer.com /bc/CoatOfArms/CoatOfArms.html   (1901 words)

 The arms of Canada
The royal proclamation makes special reference to the request by the Government of Canada and states that the grant of arms or flags is made on the advice of the Privy Council and by the powers conferred by the first Article of the British statute "The Union of Ireland Act, 1800".
A special committee was mandated by the Governor General in 1919 to study the question on the arms of Canada.
Cathy Bursey-Sabourin, Fraser Herald at the Canadian Heraldic Authority, office of the Governor General of Canada, and faithfully depicts the arms described in the words of the Royal Proclamation dated November 21, 1921.
www.pch.gc.ca /progs/cpsc-ccsp/sc-cs/arm1_e.cfm   (566 words)

 Province of Canada - Coat of Arms
The interlacings also creat a saltire (a diagonal cross), which appears on the arms of the diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, and, as such, honours the fact that Nova Scotia was the first diocese in Canada.
The arms are in two colours, blue and gold, the former being a reference to the sea, as all the dioceses are intimately connected with the Atlantic ocean.
The arms were granted on 30 August, 2000, and formally presented to Provincial Synod on 14 September, 2000.
www.province-canada.anglican.org /arms.shtml   (341 words)

 Your Ancient Family Coat of Arms & Crest - Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Regardless of their origins, coats of arms became military status symbols, and their popularity increased along with the popularity of the tournament, which was developed in the mid-eleventh century in France.
By 1400 A.D., bearing a coat of arms had become a prerequisite to participation in a tournament, and due to the importance of social standing in such pageants, a coat of arms also became a mark of noble status.
Your family Coat of Arms is your right and rivilege to proudly bear, whether in the field of battle or in your home,..as glowing symbol of past and future generations achievements.
www.genealogyweb.com /coatofarms.htm   (720 words)

 Coat of arms of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The crest is based on the Royal Crest of England but differenced by the addition of a maple leaf, and appears on the Governor General's blue flag denoting that the Governor General is a representative of the Sovereign.
In March 2006, the premiers of Canada's three territories called for the amendment of the motto to better reflect the vast geographic nature of Canada's territory – Canada has three coastlines on the Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific Oceans.
The full achievement of the Canadian Coat of Arms has been used by the Canadian Government centered on a plain red flag on occasion such as in 1967 for the country's centennial celebrations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Canada   (1344 words)

 Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)
By 1999, COAT's concept of conversion had evolved to include social, legal, psychological and economic factors essential to the transition from a world based on war, greed, deception and violence, where "might is right," to a world based on peace, justice, truth, human rights and nonviolence.
This issue of COAT's magazine provides shocking evidence showing that Prescott Bush and George H.Walker were the financial managers of well-organised American effort to funnel the investments of right-wing U.S. bankers and industrialists into Germany which funded the rise to power of the Nazi Party and Adolph Hitler.
This annual research report by COAT juxtaposes evidence from a variety of sources to demonstrate Canada's complicity in international war crimes and crimes against humanity.
www.ncf.ca /coat   (3789 words)

 CANADA'S COAT OF ARMS .... blue coat, the coat, camel hair coat, family crest coat of arms, scottish coat of arms, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Every man of the present canada's coat of arms if we go deep enough into the contradiction between his conscience and his life, is in a state of despair.
This contradiction, which is a quintessence of all the other contradictions, is so canada's coat of arms that to live and to take part in it is only possible if one does not think of it--if one is able to forget it.
If canada's coat of arms were no external means of dulling canada's coat of arms sensibilities, half of mankind would shoot themselves without delay, for to live in opposition to one's reason is the most intolerable condition.
www.cervezaysalud.org /canada's_coat_of_arms.html   (475 words)

 Canada: History Resources for Students: Canadian Symbols
"Canada's vastness, extending from the Pacific to the Atlantic, from the broad reaches of the Arctic to the temperate zone, has given this nation an incomparable variety of floral beauty...
"Red and white were approved as Canada's official colours in the proclamation of her coat of arms in 1921.
In 1957, the colour of the maple leaves on the shield of the Royal Arms of Canada was changed from green on a white ground to red on a white ground in recognition of Canada's official colours."
www.stemnet.nf.ca /CITE/canada10.htm   (1397 words)

 Coat of Arms - The Assembly of YAHOWAH the Eternal
Coat of Arms - The Assembly of YAHOWAH the Eternal
The Coat of Arms of the Assembly of YAHOWAH the Eternal
This Coat of Arms of the Assembly of YAHOWAH the Eternal shows the Majesty of the Kingly Line, which is in YAHO-Hoshu-WAH the Great Prophet from the Lion Tribe of YAHO-dah, and the Bull Tribe of Ephraim shows the authority of The Assembly to teach the full truth by permission of YAHOWAH Our Wonderful Father.
www.theassemblyofyahowahtheeternal.com /coatofarms.html   (9402 words)

 National Heraldry
Coats of Arms of the 64 Counties of the Kingdom of Hungary
The British Columbia Coat of Arms - Canadian Province.
Finland - Presidential Ensign and Coat of Arms.
www.digiserve.com /heraldry/nationac.htm   (315 words)

 City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada - City of Kingston - Symbolism of Kingston's Coat of Arms
The heraldic symbols presented to the City of Kingston on June 27, 2000 by The Canadian Heraldic Authority are a new expression within a centuries old art form, drawing together elements from the unique natural and historical heritage of the City of Kingston.
On the right, the lion represents Kingston's early British origins and is derived from the Coat of Arms of Canada.
Also, it refers to the fact that for a short period in the mid-nineteenth century, Kingston was the seat of government of the United Provinces of Canada.
www.cityofkingston.ca /coat.asp   (670 words)

 Animal Blazonry at The Coat of Arms Shop
Though many people think that coats-of arms were granted only to nobility, they can actually be found for more than ninety percent of all names.
Coats-of Arms based on original artwork created by the heraldic artists.
Find all the answers in the family history scroll, approximently 1700 words with your family coat of arms in full heraldic color proudly displayed atop.
www.coatofarms-shop.com /AniBlaz.html   (1268 words)

 A gentleman born
Shakespeare's coat of arms as recorded in 1602 by Ralph Brooke.
In October 1596, the College of Heralds granted a coat of arms to the family patriarch, John Shakespeare.
The grant was approved on the basis of the "faithefull and approved service to H7 [Henry VII]" performed by John's great-grandfather, and because John himself had "maryed the daughter and one of the heyrs of Robert Arden of Wellingcote."
ise.uvic.ca /Library/SLT/life/arms.html   (232 words)

 Hand Carved Wooden family coat of arms
Family coat of arms go at least back to the period when people started to adopt a symbol to be distinguished from another.
We can make you an exquisite entirely hand carved wooden coat of arms if you send us the information we need.
info@ladina.com In the gallery we expose the wooden coat of arms we already carved.
www.ladina.com /wooden-coat-of-arms.asp   (107 words)

 Canadian Coat of Arms - Description in English and French
Canadian Coat of Arms - Description in English and French
Canada's coat of arms contains many symbols of the four founding nations.
The shield bears the royal lions of England, the lion of Scotland, the harp of Ireland, the fleurs-de-lis of France, and three maple leaves for Canada.
www.pewterplaques.com /canadasmall.html   (125 words)

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