Rampant Lion English Scottish symbol Shield art plaque
This lion head is a typical symbol of the Roman and the Macedonian empires, carried by Roman emperors such as Caesar and Macedonian kings such as Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great. The lion is a common charge in heraldry. It traditionally symbolizes bravery, valour, strength, and royalty, since traditionally, it is regarded as the king of beasts. The so-called Rampant Lion is a symbol in England and Scotland and had adorned English and Scottish shields in the Middle Ages. This plaque depicts what these shield as it looked like. Item No. 413 Dimensions W: 6.5" H: 8.5" D: 1.5" Made of cast stone and antique finished, comes with a hole or hook in the pack for easy wall hanging.
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