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Symbols were just as important in medieval society as logos and trademarks are today. They came in many different forms:

Symbols were commonly used in a metaphorical sense to associate virtues or characteristics with a certain symbol or item. For instance, peacocks might have been considered to exemplify vanity, so a haughty noble may be called a peacock.

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