What is the coat of arms of guadeloupe?
The coat of arms of Guadeloupe is a logo showing a stylized sun and bird on a green and blue square. Below the logo is inscribed Region Guadeloupe underlined in yellow.
Answer heraldry . the meaning : to identify a nobleman in battle. a coat of arms being an heraldic reference to a person/family and used only by that person or family. i.e,… the fluer de leys of the prince of wales, the three Lions rampant of the King of England.
A coat of arms is a symbol, usually painted on an escutcheon (a shield), that represents a country, institution, Royal Personage or member of the noble class. Some coats of …arms are painted on an oval or lozenge instead of a shield, because they belong to a noble woman or a member of the clergy, and they were forbidden to fight in the military in medieval society, so they would not use a shield. Some people confuse the terms coat of arms and crest , thinking that a coat of arms is a "family crest", but in actual fact, a crest is something placed on top of a helmet displayed above the coat of arms. Many people in England passed their crest down the family line, but each person in the family had a different shield, leading to the term "family crest", but in Germany and Scandinavia, the shield would often be passed down the generations without changes while each member of the family had a different crest. A display of heraldry including other parts around the coat of arms or shield is called an achievement of arms . This includes the escutcheon or shield displaying the coat of arms, a helm (helmet) which is usually wrapped with a torse and draped with a mantle and sometimes surmounted by a coronet of rank (or royal crown for the King or kingdom, imperial crown for the Emperor, or papal tiara for the Pope) and crest , and the shield may or may not be held up by a pair of animals called supporters . The whole thing is sometimes placed upon a sconce or compartment , and sometimes a banner is also displayed, showing a motto or battle cry. Many of these elements began to appear only at the end of the Middle Ages, and each was symbolic of social or governmental status. A wealthy merchant without noble titles might have a coat of arms (and probably a helmet, torse, mantle and crest) but would not have a coronet of rank, supporters, compartment or motto.
The Cuban Coat of Arms is the official heraldic symbol of Cuba. Itconsists of a shield, in front of a Fasces crowned by the PhrygianCap and is supported by an oak branch and a… laurel wreath.
The coat of arms is a shield that is red that has a white cross on it
The shield, or escutcheon, is the part of a coat of arms upon which the coat of arms is displayed. It actually represents a shield, in the sense of armory: a weapon, usually t…hough not always used as a defensive weapon.
Scotland's coat of arms consists of 2 unicorns (Unicorn: Extreme courage; virtue and strength) with standing in a field of thistles (referring to to the Danish invasion: one o…f the invaders stepped on a thistle and let out a yell, alerting the Scots of the invasion) holding a shield with the flags of Scotland and the rampant lion(Lion: Dauntless courage; often represents a person or group of people) upon them. On the shield is a helmet (Helmet: wisdom and security in defence) and there is a decoration below the helmet (Sable (Black): Constancy or grief) Below all of this is a blue (Azure (Blue): Truth and loyalty) banner bearing the country's motto.
Guadeloupe is an archipelago located in the eastern Caribbean Sea at Coordinates : , with a land area of 1,628 square kilometres (629 sq. mi).  It is an overseas region o…f France, consisting of a single overseas department. As with the other overseas departments, Guadeloupe is also one of the twenty-six regions of France (being an overseas region) and an integral part of the Republic since 2007.
first of all, it coat of ARMS. and a coat of arms is a family crest. LOOK IT UP.
to identifty my country
Coats of arms were a form of symbol which had particular importance on the mediaeval battlefield. In the absence of the communications used even in the seventeenth century (Ne…w Model Army) and later on, when several bugle sounds could be used to instruct infantry and cavalry, there was no other way of knowing who was your leader and of gathering around him or following him in a charge. A shield with a coat of arms would be easily recognised at a time when armies did not wear uniforms and people were almost all illiterate. Soldiers could then protect, or follow their leader because they could distinguish him from other knights on the field of battle. At the Battle of Hastings, the Norman Duke, William the Conqueror had to show himself to his army to prove that he was still alive as rumours had spread that he had been killed. Under the Normans in particular, feudalism spread throughout Europe and Norman knights soon began to identify themselves by the use of heraldic designs to distinguish themselves from other landowning knights. The terms used in heraldry are Old French - argent, sable and azure being colours used in heraldic designs, for example. These designs could be used in great wax seals to attach to documents to show that you had read (or, more likely, had read to you) a treaty, for example. A study of mediaeval documents like the grants made by kings of lands to their subjects will have their seal attached.Often this shows the king on horseback carrying his shield with his coat of arms upon it. Without going into the subject exhaustively, the design of a shield will often show such things as whether the bearer was a bastard. Sometimes, a play on words will be found, eg the coat of arms of the Scottish Turnbull family features a bull; that of Catto a cat. A coat of arms is, strictly speaking, a distinctive heraldic design on a tunic used to cover and protect armour, but the term is more broadly applied to mean a full heraldic achievement which consists of a shield and certain accessories. In either sense, the design is a symbol unique to a person, family, corporation, or state. Such displays are also commonly called armorial bearings , armorial devices , heraldic devices , or arms . Historically, armorial bearings were first used by feudal lords and knights in the mid-12th century on battlefields as a way to identify allied from enemy soldiers. As the uses for heraldic designs expanded, other social classeswho never would march in battle began to assume arms for themselves. Initially, those closest to the lords and knights adopted arms, such as persons employed as squires that would be in common contact with the armorial devices. Then priests and other ecclesiastical dignities adopted coats of arms, usually to be used as seals and other such insignia, and then towns and cities to likewise seal and authenticate documents. Eventually by the mid-13th century, peasants, commoners and burghers were adopting heraldic devices. The widespread assumption of arms led some states to regulate heraldry within their borders. However, in most of continental Europe, citizens freely adopted armorial bearings. Despite no widespread regulation, and even with a lack in many cases of national-level regulation, heraldry has remained rather consistent across Europe, where traditions alone have governed the design and use of arms. Unlike seals and other general emblems, heraldic achievements have a formal description called a blazon, expressed in a jargon that allows for consistency in heraldic depictions. In the 21st century, coats of arms are still in use by a variety of institutions and individuals; for example, universities have guidelines on how their coats of arms may be used, and protect their use as trademarks.    Many societies exist that also aid in the design and registration of personal arms, and some nations, like England and Scotland, still maintain to this day the mediaeval authorities that grant and regulate arms.
It is a different institution in each country, and many countries have no regulation of coats of arms.
The Golden Wattle is the national floral emblem of Australia.
HI. Elephant is also the arms of one of the Arthur's knights. JC Even Historian Breton searcher. MARIKAVEL@wanadoo.fr.
It means Justice & Military honor.