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From: "Todd A. Farmerie" <>
Subject: Re: King's Kinsfolk: King William the Conqueror's kinsman, King EdwardtheConfessor
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 10:55:35 -0700
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Bob Turcott wrote:
>> Coats of arms did not develop until 2 generations later. The earliest
>> known arms date to Geoffrey Plantagenet, although when adopted,
>> sometimes multiple kinsmen of feudal underlings of the same lord
>> adopted similar arms. Any arms you find for the Conqueror and Peverel
>> will be unreliable.
> Give me a source as to why you would think anything found on william the
> conquer coats
> of arms would be unreliable on this royal subject. can you back this up?
Adrian Ailes, `The origins of the royal arms of England: their
development to 1199.', Reading Medieval Studies. Monographs 2(1982).
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