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ÁGUILA: Águila de Saladino en los muros de Ciudadela, El Cairo. Origen del escudo de armas del Estado egipcio actual.

ÁGUILA: Águila de Saladino en los muros de Ciudadela, El Cairo. Origen del escudo de armas del Estado egipcio actual.

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https://flic.kr/p/dw6L8h | Grand Coat of Arms (Dynastic) of the House of Mohamed Ali of Egypt (1867-1914) and of Grand Coat of Arms of The Sultanate of Egypt (1914-1922).

https://flic.kr/p/dw6L8h | Grand Coat of Arms (Dynastic) of the House of Mohamed Ali of Egypt (1867-1914) and of Grand Coat of Arms of The Sultanate of Egypt (1914-1922).

https://flic.kr/p/rx7rqZ | Egyptian State Grand Coat of Arms 1867-1914

https://flic.kr/p/rx7rqZ | Egyptian State Grand Coat of Arms 1867-1914

https://flic.kr/p/GSgxE | The Khedivial dynastic arms surmounted by the Khedivial crown.  Above is the national flag of Egypt (circa 1910). | Note that the dynastic coat of arms was different from the state coat of arms. Notice also that the national flag of Egypt was similar to that of Turkey, except for the five pointed star, which was also adopted by Turkey in the 1840s

https://flic.kr/p/GSgxE | The Khedivial dynastic arms surmounted by the Khedivial crown. Above is the national flag of Egypt (circa 1910). | Note that the dynastic coat of arms was different from the state coat of arms. Notice also that the national flag of Egypt was similar to that of Turkey, except for the five pointed star, which was also adopted by Turkey in the 1840s

https://flic.kr/p/GSdUk | Grand State Coat of Arms of the Khedivat of Egypt (1867 - 1914) | These arms where assumed during the reign of Khedive Ismail Pacha the Magnificent when Egypt was elevated to a Khedivate.  The blazon, in the language of heraldry is: "Azure a Decrescent and three Five Pointed Stars Argent." - meaning Blue with a crescent with horns to the right and three stars, all silver or white.  The six tughs in saltire indicate the rank of Khedive. This image is courte...

https://flic.kr/p/GSdUk | Grand State Coat of Arms of the Khedivat of Egypt (1867 - 1914) | These arms where assumed during the reign of Khedive Ismail Pacha the Magnificent when Egypt was elevated to a Khedivate. The blazon, in the language of heraldry is: "Azure a Decrescent and three Five Pointed Stars Argent." - meaning Blue with a crescent with horns to the right and three stars, all silver or white. The six tughs in saltire indicate the rank of Khedive. This image is courte...

https://flic.kr/p/dRRYV8 | Young King Farouk of Egypt & Prime Minister Ali Maher Pasha attending unknown event

https://flic.kr/p/dRRYV8 | Young King Farouk of Egypt & Prime Minister Ali Maher Pasha attending unknown event

https://flic.kr/p/GSdUz | Minor State Coat of Arms of Egypt 1895 | These are the minor arms of the Khedivate of Egypt.  There are two plausible theories for the symbolism of the crescent and three stars.  The crescent stands for Islam and the throne of Egypt. The three stars stand either for Egypt, Sudan and Nubia or Egypt's expansion and campaigns in Asia, Africa and Europe.

https://flic.kr/p/GSdUz | Minor State Coat of Arms of Egypt 1895 | These are the minor arms of the Khedivate of Egypt. There are two plausible theories for the symbolism of the crescent and three stars. The crescent stands for Islam and the throne of Egypt. The three stars stand either for Egypt, Sudan and Nubia or Egypt's expansion and campaigns in Asia, Africa and Europe.

https://flic.kr/p/9qWBGT | Egyptian Viceregal Coat of Arms | Courtesy of Mr. Hazem Sakr. www.egyptianroyalty.net

https://flic.kr/p/9qWBGT | Egyptian Viceregal Coat of Arms | Courtesy of Mr. Hazem Sakr. www.egyptianroyalty.net

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