Difference between revisions of "King of Arms"

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King of Arms is the senior rank of an officer of arms. In the traditions of some countries he can grant arms by his own right (ie. [[Scotland]]) and in others this power has been granted to another office (ie. [[Earl Marshal]]).
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'''King of Arms''' is the senior [[rank]] of an officer of [[arms]]. In the traditions of some countries he can grant arms by his own right (ie. [[Scotland]]) and in others this power has been granted to another office (ie. [[Earl Marshal]]).
   
 
==Kings of Arms by Country==
 
==Kings of Arms by Country==
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*[[Scotland]] - [[Lyon King of Arms]]
 
*[[Scotland]] - [[Lyon King of Arms]]
   
*[[Ireland]] - [[Cheif Herald of Ireland]]
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*[[Ireland]] - [[Chief Herald of Ireland]]
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[[category:Heraldry]]

Revision as of 19:59, 13 September 2010

King of Arms is the senior rank of an officer of arms. In the traditions of some countries he can grant arms by his own right (ie. Scotland) and in others this power has been granted to another office (ie. Earl Marshal).

Kings of Arms by Country