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File:Jesus Coat of Arms 1.jpg


English: An image of Jesus, represented as a medieval armiger. The picture comes from the middle of the 15th century Hyghalmen Roll which is now at the College of Arms. Medieval officers of arms thought it important that notable individuals from before the heraldic age should have arms attributed to them.
Date circa 1450
Source Hyghalmen Roll
Author Unknown
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