Diocese of Ely

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Country : United Kingdom
Denomination : Roman Catholic (1109-1559), Anglican (since 1559)
Established : 1109

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Ely

Official blazon

Gules three Ducal Coronets two and one Or.


The arms were recorded at the College of Arms.

The earliest recorded use of this Arms is by Bishop William de Luda in 1290. They are those assigned to S. Etheldreda, Queen of Northumbria and founder of the Abbey of Ely, in whose honour the Cathedral is dedicated.

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