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Symbolik

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The appearance of the Georgian flag is as follows; a single right-angled cross on a silver (white) background in the center, four smaller crosses in the corners which is a Christian symbol of Our Savior and the four evangelists. This Christian symbol, as a heraldic sign, was identified for the first time on the coat of arms of Cross bearer Joffrois De Bullion in 1099, who received a title of the Guard of the Savior's Grave.

From that period onwards, this heraldic sign signifies the Savior's Grave and the Christian centre - Jerusalem. It is known by three titles: Joffrois De Bullion's Coat of Arms, Jerusalem's Coat of Arms and as a Holy Sign.

The silver (white) background is a sign of innocence, chastity, purity and wisdom, while the red colour stands for courage, bravery, justice and love.

This flag was clearly identified on the Georgian territory on the sea chart of Anjelino Dulcheri (1339), Francesco and Domenico Pizigano (1367) and Sider (1565)

 

 

Georgia's Large Coat of Arms:

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Red background has a silver horseman, St. George, with a golden falcon, defeating a silver dragon with a silver spear.

Shield decoration - Georgian/Iverian coronet;
Two Golden Pharisaical lions;

Shield basis - (support) depicts a Georgian vineyard stylized ornament, plaited with motto bandages;

Motto bandages are colored in white and red and have a legend written in an ancient alphabet on them.

 

 


Georgia's Small Coat of Arms:
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Red background has a silver horseman, St. George, with a golden falcon, defeating a silver dragon with a silver spear.

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