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*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Denmark|Denmark]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Denmark|Denmark]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Finland|Finland]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Finland|Finland]]
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*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of France|France]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Ireland|Ireland]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Ireland|Ireland]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Italy|Italy]]
 
*[[Ecclesiastical heraldry of Italy|Italy]]

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Religious or Ecclesiastical heraldry


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This section deals with non-personal religious heraldry, which means no coats of arms of bishops, priests etc, but only from dioceses and similar institutions in the Christian church and, whenever I find examples, of other churches. The arms are listed by country or religion. All arms are listed in the country in which the largest part of the territory is located at present.

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