Trévoux

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Blason de Trévoux/Arms (crest) of Trévoux
TRÉVOUX

Country : France
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Département : Ain
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Official blazon
French D'argent à la tour couverte de gueules, ouverte, ajourée et maçonnée de sable; au chef d'azur chargé de trois fleurs de lis d'or chacune adextrée en pointe d'un bâton péri en barre de gueules.
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Origin/meaning

The town also uses the motto : Fiat pax et abuntantia in turribus tuis (from Psalm 121).

The historical arms and seals of the city all showed a simple tower. In 1514 the arms were augmented with the chief by Anne de Bourbon. The arms show the three fleur-de-lis of the Bourbon family, with small red bends indicating an illegitimate branch of the family.

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Literature: Chaix, 1996


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