Cathedral Chapter of Oxford Cathedral

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CATHEDRAL CHAPTER OF OXFORD CATHEDRAL

Country: United Kingdom
Denomination : Anglican

Arms of Cathedral Chapter of Oxford Cathedral

Official blazon

Quar­terly azure and gules, on a cross argent between in the first and fourth quarters three fieurs-de-lis, two and one, and in the second and third quarters as many lions passant guardant in pale, all Or, an open book as in the Arms of the University of Oxford, the book ensigned of the Royal Crown proper.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially recorded in 1574.

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