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Marian Cires

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th May 2021. Registration No.0601 (Vol.4).

Arms: Tierced in pairle reversed Gules, Azure and Or in dexter chief an Oxs head caboshed Or; sinister chief two dolphins repectant, the dexter haurient, the sinister uriant, Or; in base a Patriarchal Cross pattee, fitchee at the foot Gules.

Crest: A dexter gauntlet fesswise Proper holding a cross pattee extended at the foot Gules.

Motto: Nihil Sine Deo.

Assumed: 26th May 2021, England.

Designed by the armiger.

The arms of Marian Cires

The arms were designed, by the armiger, to represent himself and his wife, Maria Madalina Milian, using simplified and differenced versions of their respective national arms; the oxs head representing his Moldovian origins and the two golden dolphins (positioned differently to the national arms) representing the origins of his wife in Dobruja along with the sea.

The Cross on the shield represents their Orthodox religion and serves as a reminder of their wedding vows made before God. The cross is a variant of the patriarchal cross, composed of a vertical arm and two horizontal ones, the upper arm, shorter than the second, and represents the biblical acrostic INRI.

The crest represents the holding dear of all Christian values and the promotion of love and respect.

The armiger is a member of The Knights Templar Organisation UK.

The motto, Nihil Sine Deo, translates to Nothing without God.

 
 

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