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" ... medallion with a golden rampant lion displaying a red tongue and balancing a crown on his head. Finally we may as well go on to Liverpool whence we started and call at the Isle of Man. " The arms of Man are legs," says Planche ; heraldically they... "
The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566 - Page 78
by William Harvey, John Philipot, William Ryley - 1871 - 383 pages
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The Visitations of the County of Oxford Taken in the Years 1566

William Harvey, John Philipot, William Ryley - Heraldry - 1871 - 383 pages
...XXXIV. Quarterly, FEANCE (ancient) and ENGLAND, within a bordure gobony Arg. and Az. impaling, Gu. three lions passant Or, a label of three points Az....Checquy. II. and III. Three legs armed conjoined in the fees point at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in a triangle and spurred. [IsLE OF MAN.] Over all...
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An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families ..., Volume 2

John Woody Papworth - 1874
...per pale az. and gu. inflamed ppr. for Macleod of Lewes; quartering second gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs flexed in triangle garnished and spurred arg. likewise for Macleod as representative of the Kings of Man and...
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FLAGS OF THE WORLD PAST AND PRESENT THEIR STORY AND ASSOCIATIONS

W.J. GORDON - 1915
...Man are legs," says Planche ; heraldically they are " gules, three human legs in armour proper, conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs and flexed in triangle." The three legs thus fitted together were the arms of Sicily, but the legs...
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Flags of the World, Past and Present: Their Story and Associations

William John Gordon - Flags - 1915 - 256 pages
...Man are legs," says Planche ; heraldically they are " gules, three human legs in armour proper, conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs and flexed in triangle." The three legs thus fitted together were the arms of Sicily, but the legs...
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James Joyce and Heraldry

Michael J. O'Shea - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 196 pages
...manche. A stylized sleeve, used as an heraldic charge. Man, Isle of. "Gules, three legs armed proper conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in a triangle, garnished and spurred or." See "Three legs of man" (U 15.2179 {507.14}). In FW, references include...
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