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SYMBOLS


STANDARD OF THE ORDER


COAT OF ARMS OF THE ORDER

The coat of arms of the Order is the official symbol of the Sovereign Knightly Order of the Jerusalem Cross; one of the main symbols along with the flag (standard) and the anthem of the Order. Approved in a new edition on March 1, 2020.

Black eagle with a red tongue, a gold beak and paws, spread wings lowered down and crowned with a princely crown. In the right paw of the eagle — a silver sword with a gold hilt, in the left – a gold globus cruciger. On the chest of the eagle is a red shield with a black Jerusalem Cross and a narrow silver border around the edge of the cross. Around the shield is a collar of the Order of the Jerusalem Cross (Insignia of the Prince-Supreme Ruler of the Order). On the right wing of the eagle is the small coat of arms of the Kingdom of Jerusalem (as a reminder of the Order’s vow to restore the Kingdom), on the left wing of the eagle is the small coat of arms of the House of Genghis Khan, the tsarevichs and princes of Siberia (who granted the Order a sovereign and knightly status). On the open tail of the eagle is a star of the Order of the Jerusalem Cross. The coat of arms is covered with a red ermine mantle with a gold fringe, topped with a princely crown (a symbol of the power of the Prince-Supreme Ruler of the Order).

ANTHEM OF THE ORDER — CRUSADER MARCH


STANDARD OF THE SUPREME RULER OF THE ORDER


COAT OF ARMS OF THE SUPREME RULER OF THE ORDER