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In [[heraldry]], the animal is facing towards the viewer.  It is not often found in medieval heraldry.  One exception to this is the owl, which is usually depicted affronte.
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In [[heraldry]], an [[animal]] facing towards the viewer is described as being '''affronte'''.  It is not often present in [[medieval]] heraldry.  One exception to this is the [[owl]], which is usually depicted affronte.

Revision as of 15:00, 14 July 2005

In heraldry, an animal facing towards the viewer is described as being affronte. It is not often present in medieval heraldry. One exception to this is the owl, which is usually depicted affronte.