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English: Arms of pope Benedict XV (Giacomo della Chiesa). Party per bend azure and or, a church, the tower at sinister, argent, essorée gules, the tower-cross of the second, in chief or, a demi-eagle displayed issuant sable, langued gules. This blazoning, given in 1915 differs from the image shown here: (a) the eagle's tongue should be red, (b) the church tower should have a gold cross instead of a black flag.
Français : Armoiries du pape Benoît XV : Tranché d'azur et d'or à l'église d'argent couverte de gueules brochant sur le tout, au chef d'or à l'aigle issant de sable

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Figures utilisées : Template for Papal coat of arms.svg et Meuble héraldique aigle vol abaissé.svg
Date 11 August 2008
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Author Odejea


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