Design your own coat of arms. Medieval Times. Medieval Times-Middle Ages-Dark Ages, many terms have been used to describe this period spanning more than a thousand years. Church. The Church was very much in control of the gamut of medieval life. Technology.
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Design your own coat of arms
Yellow or Gold - GenerosityWhite or Silver - Peace & SincerityBlack - Constancy (& sometimes Grief)Blue - Loyalty & TruthfulnessRed - Military Fortitude & MagnanimityGreen - Hope, Joy & sometimes LoyaltyPurple - Royal Majesty, Sovereignty & Justice
Bear - ProtectivenessBee - IndustriousnessCamel - PerseveranceDog - LoyaltyDouble Eagle & Eagle - Leadership & DecisivenessDragon - Defender of TreasureFalcon or Hawk - EagernessFox - ClevernessGriffin (part eagle, part lion) - BraveryHorse - Readiness to ServeLion - CouragePelican - Generosity & DevotionRaven - ConstancySnake - AmbitionStag, Elk or Deer - Peace & HarmonyTiger - Fierceness & ValorUnicorn - Extreme courageWolf - Constant Vigilance
Axe - DutifulBridge - (signifies a governor or magistrate)Crescent - EnlightenmentCrosses - Christian sentimentsCrown - AuthorityFire - ZealFlaming Heart - PassionFleur-de-lys (stylized Iris flower) - Purity (associated with France)Hand - Faith, Sincerity & JusticeHeart - SincerityHorns & Antlers - FortitudeLightning - DecisivenessMoon - SerenityOyster Shell - TravelerRing - FidelityScepter - JusticeStar - NobilitySun - GlorySword - WarlikeTower or Castle - Fortitude & Protectiveness
Bend - a diagonal stipeChevron - an upside-down "V"Chief - broad stripe across top of shieldDexter - the righthand side of the shield (from its user's perspective)Ermine - a white fur pattern (with black tail tips)Fess - broad horizontal stripe through centerPale - broad vertical stripe through centerPassant - an animal shown walkingRampant - an animal standing on hind legsSinister - the lefthand side of the shield (from its user's perspective)