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In heraldry, if a field is strewn with many items of the same charge it is referred to as semé. This is treated as a field, not as a field with a number of charges on it.


There are several occasions where rather than saying semé of charge we say something else.

Repeating field patterns

Patterns based on the ordinaries which repeat throughout the field are considered field divisions or line divisions.