1. What does the lion represent? Why would the rulers of England include so many of them on the Coat of Arms? The lion represents dauntless courage, bravery, strength, ferocity, and valour. They would include so many lions because their pride.
2. What does the fleur-de-lis represent? Why is it featured on the Coat of Arms of British rulers? Fleur-de-lis represents purity; light; floral badge of France; represents sixth son as mark of difference. The Fleur-de-lis is featured on the British Coat of Arms because the British had an Alliance with the French during their history.
3. Why is the Irish harp featured on the Coat of Arms? An Irish harp appears on the Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom to represent Ireland's place in the UK.
4. What does the unicorn represent? Why would the rulers of England choose a unicorn to support their shield? The unicorn represent extreme courage; virtue and strength. Rulers chose a unicorn because I stands for courage.
5. Why does the unicorn have a chain around its neck? The unicorn is chained because in medieval times a free unicorn was considered a very dangerous beast (only a virgin could tame a unicorn).
6. The Coat of Arms includes two phrases, “Blessed are the peacemakers” and “Shame to him who evil thinks.” Choose one of these phrases and explain why a ruler might want it included in a coat of arms. Blessed are the peacemakers, I would presume that a ruler would have this on his coat of arms to say that his main priority is the safety of his kingdom and peace is the number one issue.
7. Research one of the colors featured in the Coat of Arms. Based on what the color represents, explain why it would be used in a royal coat of arms. The blue depicts the truth and loyalty and would be used to show other kingdoms what the kingdom stands for and its morals.
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