Hampshire Coat of Arms
The rose is the Lancaster rose, which has been used by Hampshire for many centuries. The lion supporter symbolizes the fact that the city of Winchester was the Medieval capital of England, and the lion thus is the English lion. The two crossed swords are a symbol for the connection of Hampshire with the army. The stag represents the New Forest, the royal hunting ground created by William the Conqueror in the 11th century. The anchor symbolizes the connection with the navy. The crest shows a Saxon crown and castle and symbolizes the links with the Saxon Kingdom of Wessex, of which Winchester was the capital. The castle also symbolizes the role of Hampshire in defending the country[1].
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