Medieval Question #2

Question: if you were a knight, what would be your family's emblem?


Typically the emblem of a family was separated into four parts, each of the four parts filled up with something that was important to the family. So so that in one was a Bible, another a lamb (or Jesus), another two hearts meaning love like Jesus' love, and a depiction of a family saying that being a family is important to that family. Also there would be two different kind of animals holding up the family's saying. So you could have a Pegasus and a lion holding up a banner that read, "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." 

4 comments:

  1. :) I kind of like it, too. I've made one before, but I came up with this one off the top of my head.

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  2. Just to say, in the light of this being a poll and all, "knight" can mean girls, too. :) Even though technically girls weren't knights back in medieval days. But anyway...

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  3. I've always like a dragon silhouette with a 'V' curving around it. I have no idea why though=D I liked yours too!

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