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Peterhouse, founded in 1284 by Bishop Hugh de Balsham shows the arms of the Balsham family (pales) with a borudre of crowns. These are derived from the arms of the See of Ely, of which Hugh the Balsham was bishop at the time.
 
Peterhouse, founded in 1284 by Bishop Hugh de Balsham shows the arms of the Balsham family (pales) with a borudre of crowns. These are derived from the arms of the See of Ely, of which Hugh the Balsham was bishop at the time.
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PETERHOUSE COLLEGE (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY)

Country: United Kingdom
Campus/location : Cambridge

Arms of Peterhouse College (Cambridge University)

Official blazon

Or, four pallets gules; on a bordure of the last eight open crowns of the first.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted in 1575.

Peterhouse, founded in 1284 by Bishop Hugh de Balsham shows the arms of the Balsham family (pales) with a borudre of crowns. These are derived from the arms of the See of Ely, of which Hugh the Balsham was bishop at the time.

Arms of Peterhouse College (Cambridge University)

The arms on a tobacco card, (1922)


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