• Heraldry
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By Crusader1307

To be “Armed” in Heraldic terms, does NOT mean the same as is applied to today's standards. In fact, to “be Armed” meant to the wearing of one's “battle” Armor (in it's entirety). Also, when one's Coat of Arms is “Armed”, the term means that any Heraldic Beast has it's teeth barred.