Regius Professor of Greke, University of Cambridge

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REGIUS PROFESSOR OF GREKE, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Arms of Regius Professor of Greke, University of Cambridge

Official blazon

Arms : Per chevron argent and sable. in chief the two Greek letters Ά (Alpha) and Ω (Omega) of the second and in base a "cicado" or grasshopper of the first, on a chief gules, a lion passant guardant of the second, charged on the side with the letter G sable.
Crest: on a wreath silver and sables, an owl argent, beak and ears or.
Mantling : gules and argent.

Origin/meaning

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Literature : Blazon from The Wordsworth Complete Guide to Heraldry