Trouhaut

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TROUHAUT

Département : Côte-d'Or

Blason de Trouhaut
Official blazon
French Écartelé: au 1er de gueules au loup ravissant d'argent, au 2e d'or à cinq tourteaux d'azur ordonnés en sautoir, au 3e d'or à la tour de sinople, ouverte, ajourée et maçonnée de sable, au 4e de gueules à deux clés d'or passées en sautoir et brochant sur une épée haute d'argent garnie d'or.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially adopted on April 2, 2007.

The wolf represents the nickname of the villagers, the blue ballsrefer to the different water sources in the municipality. The tower refers to the former priory and its golden colour to the golden fields and thus agriculture in general. The keys and the sword recall that Trouhaut belonged to the Cluny Abbey.

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


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