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Français : Armoiries du pape Clément XIV : D'azur à la fasce de gueules accompagné en chef de trois étoiles d'or posées en fasce et en pointe d'un mont à trois cimes d'or et au chef des Franciscains FrancescoCoA PioM.svg : d’azur aux deux bras de carnation posées en sautoir surmonté d'une croix de sable.

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Figure utilisée : Template for Papal coat of arms.svg
Date 14 August 2008
Source Own work
Author Odejea


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