John's Eagle in heraldry across the world include the heraldry or emblems of: Coat of arms of Iraqi Kurdistan. For the best experience on the VoyeurWeb, you need to update your browser. Spread Wing Eagle Insignia. Vintage wings isolated on white background.
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One eagle standard was carried by each legion. However, the term "in bend" is not used unless a bend is actually on the field. Set of four pairs of wings with crowns. The eagle as a symbol of Saladin is disputed by archaeologists. For other uses, see Imperial Eagle disambiguation. Illustration of a bald eagle with spread wings swooping viewed from front set on isolated white background done in retro style. In trian aspect a rare, later 16th and 17th century heraldry term describes when the eagle's head is facing at a three-quarter view to give the appearance of depth — with the head cocked at an angle somewhere between profile and straight-on.