Where can you see the picture of eagle with an olive branch and an arrow?


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2013-04-19 06:06:17
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On the American banknotes.


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The eagle holds an olive branch because it sybolizes peace.

eagle holding 13 arrows and an olive branch with 13 leaves

In ancient Rome, the first republic, the olive branch symbolized peace. Since the United States government is partially based on the Roman Republic, we also use the olive branch symbol. The olive branch, held in the right talon of the eagle, only holds significance when paired with the arrow, which is held in the left talon of the eagle. Together, these 2 symbols represent that the United States of America desires peace and searches for it, although they are ready for war at any time. The olive branch itself is a symbol of peace, and the fact that the eagle is facing the olive branch shows that USA prefers peace whenever possible. It is interesting to note that the olive branch is usually depicted with 13 olives and 13 leaves, representing the original 13 colonies.

It's not "the" arrow, it's a group of arrows. The eagle is shown holding an olive branch indicating that the U.S. is (usually) a peaceful country, but also holding a quiver of arrows indicating that we are strong and will use our military power if we have to. GWB notwithstanding.

The olive branch is a symbol of peace. It was the peace offering that God sent to Noah in the doves beak to signify that the flood was at an end.

you need to tell me what coin so i can tell you.

there are no buildings on the back. just the bald eagle with the arrows, and the olive branch.

The Oklahoma state flag has an Osage shield on it with seven eagle feathers. Superimposed on this are a peace pipe and an olive branch. The field is blue. There is a link below to an article with a picture of the flag.

The animal is an eagle, holding arrows in one foot and an olive branch in the other.

The thirteen leaves are those of an olive branch, a traditional symbol of peace. The 13 leaves on the olive branch symbolize the original 13 colonies. The 13 arrows represent the potential threat to their freedom. The eagle faces the olive branch representing the United States' desire of peace. However, the country always stands ready to fight if necessary.

Thirteen arrows that represent the thirteen states that founded this nation. The olive branch also has thirteen leaves. The eagle has his wings spread wide and his talons spread out as he faces the olive branch. The symbolism is clear. The arrows represent war to let all enemies know that the United States will defend itself when necessary, but the eagles head faces the olive branch to assure everyone that peace is the goal.

In Western culture, the olive branch signifies peace and goodwill. Where the original connection between the olive branch and peace was made is unknown, but there are references to it both classically and in contemporary symbol. In Genesis 8:11 of the Hebrew Bible a dove carrying an olive branch in its beak signifies that the great flood is receding. The olive branch has also been associated with Eirene, the Greek goddess of peace. In contemporary symbols, the olive branch can be found in the right claw of the eagle on the Great Seal of the United States, bearing thirteen olives and leaves. The olive branch can also be found on many flags, notably in the design of the flag of the United Nations.

a writer of the olive branch petition

Athena gave the olive branch to the Greeks.

the olive branch petition goals ?

The olive branch is a biblical symbol used for representing hope and peace, so i assume that it is to signify that the barer of the symbol keeps hope and freedom at their right hand

There are 13 arrows in the left talon of the eagle. The right talon has an olive branch which represents peace. The olive branch is in the right talon because it symbolizes that the peace is more important than the arrows.

well the olive branch petition was written by thomas jefferson

totally... the olive branch petition was sucessful

The olive branch is a well accepted symbol of peace.

Why do you have an olive branch with you?The olive branch fell on his head.Pesky doves keep flying off with little olive branches. They didn't even pay.

The Olive Branch Petition was a petition to England for peace before the end of the American Revolution. The historical symbol for peace is the olive branch, therefore, the peace proposal was called the 'Olive Branch Petition'

A tattoo that includes a sparrow with an olive branch symbolizes freedom, and peace. An olive branch symbolizes peace, and the sparrow freedom.

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