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" PLANCH 6 supposes the origin of the Fleur-de-lis, or Fleur-de-luce, to have been a rebus, signifying the " Flower of Louis," and adds that "Clovis is the Frankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, Lothaire, No. 230. No. 231.... "
Heraldry, Historical and Popular - Page 67
by Charles Boutell - 1863 - 427 pages
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Heraldry, Historical and Popular

Charles Boutell - Heraldry - 1863 - 427 pages
...the ancient cognizance of FRANCE. In its origin, the Fleur-de-Lys or Fleur-de-Luce, may be a Rebus, signifying the " Flower of Louis." Mr. PLANCHE, (who...adds that " Clovis is the Frankish form of the modern Louw, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, Lothaire, &c." If CLOVIS himself bore the Fleur-de-Lys,...
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Transactions, Volume 7

Cheshire (England) - 1867
...rebus, signi" fying the flower of Louis." Mr. Planche, after quoting this supposition, remarks — " Clovis is the Frankish form of " the modern Louis,...Clothaire' " =' Lothaire ' &c. If Clovis himself bore this famous " heraldic charge, it may have been assumed by the Frankish " Prince as his rebus, from...
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Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and ..., Volume 7; Volume 19

Lancashire (England) - 1867
...rebus, signi" fying the flower of Louis." Mr. Planche, after quoting this supposition, remarks — " Clovis is the Frankish form of " the modern Louis,...Clothaire' "='Lothaire' &c. If Clovis himself bore this famous " heraldic charge, it may have been assumed by the Frankish " Prince as his rebus, from...
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Our Flag: Origin and Progress of the Flag of the United States of America ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1872 - 535 pages
...the flower of Louis. Mr. Planche, after stating this supposition, says that Clevis is the Prankish form of the modern Louis, the C, being dropped as in Clothaire which is now written Lothaire, etc. If Clovis himself bore the fleur-delys, it may have been assumed...
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Heraldry: ancient and modern. Including Boutell's Heraldry, ed. and revised ...

Stephen Thomas Aveling, Charles Boutell - 1873
...Fleur-de-luce, to have been a rebus, signifying the " Flower of Louis," and adds that " Clwis is the Prankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, Lothaire, No. 230. No. 231. No. 232. No. 233. etc." The Fleur-de-lis appears in early Heraldry under several...
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History of the Flag of the United States of America: And of the Naval and ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1880 - 815 pages
...represent the flower of the lily, and may be a rebus signifying the flower of Louis. Mr. Planche says that Clovis is the Frankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, which is now written Lothaire, and Clovis may have assumed the fleur-delis as his rebus, from his favorite...
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Heraldry, Ancient and Modern: Including Boutell's Heraldry

S. T. Aveling - Heraldry - 1890 - 428 pages
...Fleur-de-luce, to have been a rebus, signifying the " Flower of Louis," and adds that "Clovis is the Prankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, Lothaire, No. 230. No. 231. No. 232. No. 233. etc." The Fleur-de-lis appears in early Heraldry under several...
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Heraldry, Ancient and Modern: Including Boutell's Heraldry

S. T. Aveling - Heraldry - 1892 - 428 pages
...Fleur-de-lis, or Fleur-de-luce, to have been a rebus, signifying the " Flower of Louis," and adds that "Clwis is the Frankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothairc, Lothaire, No. 230. No. 231. No. 232. No. 233. etc." The Fleur-de-lis appears in early Heraldry...
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Origin and History of the American Flag and of the Naval and Yacht ..., Volume 1

George Henry Preble, Charles Edward Asnis - Flags - 1917
...represent the flower of the lily, and may be a rebus signifying the flower of Louis. Mr. Planchc says that Clovis is the Frankish form of the modern Louis, the C being dropped, as in Clothaire, which is now written Lothaire, and Clovis may have assumed the fleur-de-lis as his rebus, from his...
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