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Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts (AEMMA)
Arms: Per chevron enhanced Argent and Purpure, a sword Argent hilted Or.
Crest: A demi-lynx guardant Or holding in the dexter paw a dagger Argent and in the sinister paw a pair of dividers Gules.
Supporters: Dexter a lion Gules gorged with a collar pendent therefrom a heart and supporting a halberd Or hafted Sable, sinister a tyger Gules gorged with a collar pendent therefrom an arrow and supporting a spear Or hafted Sable, both standing on a grassy mound set with maple leaves and trillium flowers proper.
Motto: PRUDENTIA AUDATIA CELERITAS FORTITUDO (Prudence, daring, swiftness, strength)
Badge: A tower Or charged with a heart between in chief a pair of dividers and in base an arrow fesswise Purpure.
Flag: A standard, the arms in hoist, the fly per fess Argent and Purpure charged with the Crest between two representations of the Badge, all separated by two bends Gules inscribed with the Motto in letters Argent.
Source: Originally assumed in October 1999; Granted, Canadian Heraldic Authority, Ottawa, January 15, 2008.
Artist: Ilona Jurkiewicz
Calligrapher: Luc Saucier
Symbolism: click to view symbolism sheetClick the animated book icon to view the formal description of the symbolism behind the design of the arms. The symbol sheet is part of the grant process with the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
Herald: David M. Cvet and Darrel Kennedy, Assiniboine Herald