Essex Flag
The flag of the County of Essex, England, can be seen over municipal buildings and sports grounds. The flag, and variations of it, is used by many businesses and academic institutions. As well as being a modern English county, Essex is one of the seven ancient Kingdoms (The English Heptarchy) that gradually united to form England between 801 and 1040. The flag bears three "seaxes" in silver (the hilts are usually gold) on a field of red - which was the emblem of the ancient Kings of Essex. The old Kingdom stretched from the east coast, just north of London and went further inland towards what is now the English Midlands, but was then the Kingdom of Mercia. The old kingdom contains the modern counties of Essex and Hertfordshire and parts of Greater London, north of the river Thames. The modern county of Essex is about half the size of the old kingdom and has approximately 1.5 million people. It contains the ancient Roman town of Colchester which was the capital Britannia. Colchester, then known as Camelodunum, is believed by many to be Camelot. The county's capital and Cathedral city is Chelmsford[1].
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[1] - From: FOTW Flags Of The World
Page: Essex (England)
Author(s): Alister McClure
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