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Français : Armoiries du pape Benoît XIII : Parti, en 1 bandé de gueules et d'argent, au chef du second, chargé d'une rose de gueules, et soutenu d'une divise d'or, chargé d'un anguille ondoyante en fasce d'azur et en 2 d'azur à la tour d'argent maçonnée de sable sur une plaine de sinople, au chef de sable au mont d'argent, à l'ours rampant d'argent, colleté et couronné d'or brochant sur le tout accompagné en chef d'une étoile d'argent

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Figures utilisées : Template for Papal coat of arms.svg, Heraldique ours passant2.svg, C o a Niccolo III.svg
Date 13 August 2008
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Author Odejea


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