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Since any one knight in armor would look similar to another, this symbol was important in identifying a knight in battle. It made it easy to see who was a friend or foe with a quick glance. The family members of these knights and noblemen were also known by and associated with these same symbols. There are numerous family surnames that have such an associated symbol and there are hundreds of unique products available for use by individuals, groups, reunions or those with a family gift list.
If you are interested, you can click on a link below to check if your family sur name is included in the list of those available. The Family Crest can have many parts but the main part is a shield. A charge is what is shown on the base color of the shield. The shield can have a crest above it, a motto, and supports usually animals supporting the shield. Animals were frequently used as a main charge in family crests. Animals were shown in certain traditional postures, but they were not meant to be realistic pictures of the animals.
They were drawn to depict the animal as a symbol. Usually the animals chosen were fierce, some are mythological animals, and they were often show in the positions of combat. There were also names given for the positions in which the animals were shown. Some of the most common positions were Rampant standing on hind legs , Rampant Guardant standing on hind legs, facing the viewer , Passant walking , Sejant sitting and Couchant lying down.
The "blazon" is a description of the shield in words,using a special vocabulary similar to a kind of old French. The terms used in heraldry are those of the aristocracy during the Middle Ages and were primarily French. Royalty were the first to have heraldic Family Crests. There is some controversy in the genealogy world about authenticity of Family Crests because in olden times they were presented to individuals and passed down through the generations.
But heraldry was used for more than just tournaments. It allowed people to recognize opposing sides on battlefields, family lineages, alliances, and more. Today, heraldry is still used by some individuals, companies, and cities to display their heritage and achievements. In modern uses, it can also be used to portray family values and ambitions. A coat of arms is a symbol used to identify families or individuals. It is a detailed design that often includes a shield, crest, helmet, motto, and more.
The image could be used as a whole, or the crest can be used as a simplified symbol. Going back to the medieval knight, remember the brightly emblazoned shield? Coats of arms can help you learn a lot about your ancestry.
In a full coat of arms, the crest literally crests the design—that is to say that it is often located at the top of the image. The family crest is a smaller part of the design that can be used on its own when the entire coat of arms is too complex.
Common family crests include a lion, cross, tiger, or horse, but there are many others out there. Some even use unicorns or monsters. Alternatively, the term family crest can refer to the overall design. If you have European heritage, you may have a coat of arms or family crest. Most commonly, only nobility or high-class families in medieval Europe had them because they were granted by kings to recognize achievements.
That rarity just makes it all the more exciting if you find one in your family tree! Search for coats of arms associated with your last name using 4crests , House of Names , All Family Crests , or other resources. If you find one, trace your family tree to find out if you can find a link or reference to the coat of arms.
Trace Your Family Tree Some families choose to adopt a coat of arms based only on a last name without an ancestral link, but this practice can hinder the significance and meaning behind the coat of arms. This guide can help you find out if a crest is associated with your family.
An alternative is to create one that is unique and meaningful to your family! Designing your own coat of arms can be fun and insightful. A coat of arms can be very detailed, and it often includes many elements. Although not every coat of arms has every piece, the following parts are often incorporated in the design. Shield: The shield is the center of the design; it is the only necessary piece when designing a coat of arms.
Helm: A helmet rests below the crest but above the shield.
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