Coat of arms of Hesse
|Coat of arms of Hesse|
|Armiger||The Hesse State Government|
|Blazon||Azure a lion rampant barry of ten argent and gules, armed or|
|Other elements||leaf crown|
The Ludovingian lion barry in the Ingeram Codex of 1459, given as the coat of arms of the landgraves of Hesse and Thuringia
Coat of arms of the landgrave of Hesse in Siebmacher's Wappenbuch (1703)
Lesser coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Hesse, using the coat of arms of the duchy itself, with the crown of a Grand Duchy and two lions as supporters (1806 to 1918)
Greater coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in 1902
- "Bedeutung und wappengeschichtliche Herkunft | Informationsportal Hessen". www.hessen.de (in German). Retrieved 2018-05-13.
- Siebmacher, Johann (1703). Erneuertes und vermehrtes Wappenbuch... Nürnberg: Adolph Johann Helmers. pp. Part I Table 8.
- Coat of arms of Prussia
- Coat of arms of Germany
- Coat of arms of Thuringia, which has a similar appearance.
- Origin of the coats of arms of German federal states.
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