Coat of Arms of Edward III

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Mark Cartwright
by Rs-nourse
published on 04 March 2020
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Coat of Arms of Edward III

The coat of arms of Edward III of England (r. 1327-1377 CE). In 1340 CE Edward quartered the Plantagenet three lions (or leopards originally) with the golden fleur-de-lis of France to signify his claim to the French throne. The arms remained a part of the English royal arms until 1801 CE.

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