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'''Coat of Arms''' ([[Greek]]: Οικοσημο) is a design belonging to a family, a person, or group of people.
 
'''Coat of Arms''' ([[Greek]]: Οικοσημο) is a design belonging to a family, a person, or group of people.
  
"Coat of Arms" were used by nobles as well as by knights and were prominently displayed in order to separate
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In medieval times. "Coats of Arms" were used by nobles as well as by knights and were prominently displayed in order to separate
 
them and easily identify them from others.
 
them and easily identify them from others.
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The Coats of Arms design is described in a formal way called [[Blazon]].

Latest revision as of 08:31, January 29, 2009

Coat of Arms (Greek: Οικοσημο) is a design belonging to a family, a person, or group of people.

In medieval times. "Coats of Arms" were used by nobles as well as by knights and were prominently displayed in order to separate them and easily identify them from others. The Coats of Arms design is described in a formal way called Blazon.