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English: A 15thC armorial depiction of the King of Scots, showing the arms of William the Lion, as adopted by Scotland's later kings who added the tressure featuring the French fleur-de-lys symbolising the traditional Franco-Scottish alliance against England. Below the title 'Le Roy d'Escosse' appear the mottoes of the Royal Stewart kings of Scotland: 'In defens' and 'Me nemo impune lacessit'.
Date 2 April 2012
Source Scanned from Scotland's Story (Scotland's Magazine Annual, 1957)
Author From the Armorial de l'Europe de la Toison d'Or, Bibliotheque de l'Arsenal, Paris


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