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SYMBOLS

The coat of arms of the Order of the Jerusalem Cross; one of the main symbols along with the flag and the anthem. The coat of arms description: Black eagle with a gold beak and paws, wings lowered down. In the right paw — a silver sword with a gold hilt (symbol of the knightly valor), in the left – a golden torch (a symbol of readiness for self-sacrifice). On the right wing is the coat of arms of the princes Sibirsky (the House of Genghis Khan — the Royal House of Siberia). On the left wing is the coat of arms of the first Supreme Ruler of the Order. On the chest is a red shield with a black Jerusalem Cross and a narrow white border around the edge of the cross. The shield is topped with a golden noble crown. Around the shield is a collar of the Order of the Jerusalem Cross. The eagle’s tail is covered with a red ribbon with a gold inscription of the motto: «DEUS VULT» — the battle cry of the Crusaders of the First Crusade (1099). The eagle is located on the red ermine mantle with a gold fringe, topped with a silver royal crown (symbol of the Order’s independence).


COAT OF ARMS OF THE ORDER


FLAG OF THE ORDER

ANTHEM OF THE ORDER — MARCH OF THE CRUSADERS

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