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What battle cry of Richard I at the Battle of Gisors in 1198 was adopted as the motto of the arms of England............

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What battle cry of Richard I at the Battle of Gisors in 1198 was adopted as the motto of the arms of England where, except for changes during the reigns of Elizabeth I, Anne and William III, it has been since 1340?

posted Nov 24, 2021 by Pankaj Deshmukh

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Dieu Et Mon Droit
"Semper Eadem" appears over Elizabeth I's coat of arms; "Je maintiendrai" are part of the Netherlands royal coat of arms; "Ad astra" is part of the motto of multiple organisations.

answer Nov 25, 2021 by Varuna Magar
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