Saint-Julien-de-Chédon

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SAINT-JULIEN-DE-CHÉDON

Département : Loir-et-Cher

Blason de Saint-Julien-de-Chédon
Official blazon
French D'or à la tête arrachée de loup de sable, allumée du champ, accostée en chef de deux étoiles de huit rais de gueules; au chef d'azur chargé de trois feuilles de vignes d'or posées en bande.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on September 27, 2018.

The gold and stars are taken from the seal of the knight Louis Joubert, first knight of Saint-Julien who had the church built in the 12th century. The blue refers to the Cher river and the vine leaves to the importance of viticulture. The wolf's head recalls that the last wolf having been killed in 1869 in the forest of Montpoupon.

Literature: Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr


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