The armorial and/or other heraldic badges of an owner displayed on a cloak or shield.
The heraldic symbol of the Fraternity. It is often incorrectly called the "crest"
The heraldic device used to represent a House or individual. Coats of Arms are required of household with more than fifteen colors, and are registered with the Imperium.
Alpha Chi Omega's coat of arms is composed of a square shield, the crest and a scroll.
Consists of a shield supported by a WOMBAT and a GIBBON surmounted by a BEER barrel with HOPS. The shield quartered with crossed GIN glasses, divergent SCALES, a rank of ORGAN pipes with a feather duster emergent, and a Moravian Rampant.
long tunic strengthened with metal rings worn from 11th century on.
The popular term for either an ACHIEVEMENT OF ARMS, or a SHIELD.
the FIP symbol that represents Parliament and identifies ministers and their offices, parliamentary secretaries, institutions whose heads report directly to Parliament, and institutions with quasi-judicial functions. Also known as the Arms of Canada.
the official symbols of a family, state, etc.
a heraldic device that would exist alongside the Seal and Shield, and it is something the College needs
a heraldic insignia which typically represent organisations such as families, countries, corporations or trading companies
an elaborate drawing that illustrates the history, motto, and symbols of a person or place
an emblem or a device which is displayed by titled persons, persons of royal blood, and their descendants
an emblem which contains the symbol and motto of a family or clan, usually emblazoned on a shield
an identifying mark or heraldic form of identification dating back to the European middle ages
a pictorial form of identification belonging to a person, a particular family or a corporate body
a shield bearing designs symbolic of family history
a symbol displayed both on one's armor and on one's flag, in the the context of defense and in the context of decoration
A decorative heraldic badge usually centred on the shape of a shield, used on flags, battle dress, house fronts and so on to show that they belonged to a particular family, clan or nation.
originally a surcoat worn over the armour with heraldic designs thereon.
shield with certain distinctive symbols or emblems painted on it in definite fixed colors identifying one person and his direct descendants
A design on a shield that signifies a particular family, university or city.
hereditary designs and symbols depicted on an escutcheon, sometimes accompanied by other elements of a heraldic achievement, such as a helm, crest, crest coronet, torse, mantling and supporters.
the crest of Lambda Chi Alpha which pictorially expresses the principles of the Fraternity; may be worn by associate members and initiates.
Armorial bearings of families to which the right to bear arms has been granted by the recognized heraldic authorities. This right is in a heraldic sense distinctly feudal in character; and it seems to have originated, toward the end of the twelfth century, in the international relations during the Crusades, which rendered it desirable to introduce some system into the devices on shields. As Jews had no recognized position in the feudal system after this period, they could not use these devices, though for some time they were ranked with nobles, and had the right of deciding their disputes by duel.