clarenceux king of arms

clarenceux king of arms

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  • Clarenceux King of Arms — The arms of office of the Clarenceux King of Arms   Tradition Gallo British …   Wikipedia

  • Clarenceux King of Arms — Hubert Chesshyre als Clarenceux King of Arms Clarenceux King of Arms ist der Amtsname des zweithöchsten der drei englischen Kings of Arms. Inhaber des Amtes ist seit dem 1. September 2010 Patric Dickinson. Allgemeines Der Clarenceux King of Arms… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • King of Arms — is the senior rank of an officer of arms. In many heraldic traditions, only a king of arms has the authority to grant armorial bearings. In other traditions, the power has been delegated to other officers of similar rank.Heraldic dutiesIn England …   Wikipedia

  • King of Arms — Wappenkönig Sir Alfred Scott Scott Gatty. Er trägt den Wappenrock des Garter Principal King of Arms, in der Hand hält er den Heroldsstab. Karikatur aus der Zeitschrift Vanity Fair, 1904. Ein Wappenkönig ist der oberste Herold seines… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ireland King of Arms — was the title of an officer of arms to the King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1392 until the accession of Henry VII as King of England in 1485. A king of arms is the highest of the three levels of officers of arms, and usually enjoys… …   Wikipedia

  • garter king of arms — Usage: usually capitalized G&K&A : the highest ranking king of arms in the English College of Arms who has concurrent jurisdiction with the provincial kings of arms in their respective provinces and who also is king of arms of the Order of the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • norroy king of arms — Usage: usually capitalized N&K&A : one of the English kings of arms, having jurisdiction north of the river Trent and since 1943 given an expanded jurisdiction and called Norroy and Ulster King of Arms compare college of arms, clarenceux king of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • march king of arms — Usage: usually capitalized M&K&A Etymology: march (II) : an English king of arms of the late medieval period who had jurisdiction in the west of England and in Wales and Cornwall and whose province was later divided between Clarenceux King of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • clarencieux king of arms — noun see clarenceux king of arms …   Useful english dictionary

  • Garter King of Arms — Her. Chief King of Arms in the College of *Arms. Cf. Clarenceux; Norroy and Ulster …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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