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English: the German City of Saarlouis
Français : de la ville allemande de Saarlouis
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Deutsch: „Unter blauem Schildhaupt, darin balkenweise drei goldene heraldische Lilien, in Silber im linken Obereck eine schwarzstrahlende goldene Sonne, davor eine bogenförmige Wolke. Im Oberwappen ein rotes Schriftband mit den Worten "DISSIPAT ATQUE FOVET" in goldenen Großbuchstaben; erhöht durch eine dreitürmige goldene Mauerkrone, daraus wachsend ein nach oben offener goldener Lorbeerkranz, an den unteren Enden je ein blaues Band; der Schild ist umgeben von einem grünen Lorbeerkranz mit roten Beeren; unten mit blauer Schleife zusammen gehalten.“
English: „Argent, a chief azure charged with three fleurs-de-lis Or; in the left canton a bright sun Or; ahead an ambient cloud: in the crest a motto gules with letters Or "DISSIPAT ATQUE FOVET"; thereupon a three-towered embattled mural crown Or with a laurel wreath Or issuant, at its ends ribbons azure; the shield with an ambient laurel wreath vert with berries gules, in the base tied together with a ribbon azure.”
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Deutsch: Das Wappen wurde von König Ludwig XIV., Gründer der Stadt Saarlouis 1683 verliehen. Es handelt sich um ein Wappen welches gegen mehre Regeln der Heraldik verstößt. Der Schriftzug "DISSIPAT ATQUE FOVET" bedeutet und erklärt zugleich das Wappen: (die Sonne) zerstreut (die Wolken) und erwärmt (die Erde). Die Macht und Weisheit des Königs (Sonne) befreit die Untertanen von Sorgen (Wolken) und sie werden zu Wohlstand gelangen.
English: The arms were granted in 1683. Saarlouis developed around the French fortress, built in 1680-1686. The arms were granted by King Louis XIV of France. The name of the fortress was also derived from the name of the King. The arms are typical French, the three fleurs-de-lis in the chief are the French royal symbol. The lower part represents the king himself, Louis XIV's nickname was the "Sun King". To the arms also belonged the motto "Dissipat Atque Fovet" and a wall-crown, both of which are typical French (the motto comes from the royal arms). The arms survived all historical changes and were used as arms and on seals. The arms offend against the heraldic rules.
Date 1683
date QS:P571,+1683-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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NGW Logo.svg This image is taken from www.ngw.nl Heraldry of the World
an international civic heraldry site by Ralf Hartemink. http://www.ngw.nl/int/dld/s/saarloui.htm
Stadler, Klemens; Deutsche Wappen; Band 2, Bremen 1966; S. 76
Stadtwappen Saarlouis
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This file depicts the coat of arms of a German Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts (corporation governed by public law). According to § 5 Abs. 1 of the German Copyright law, official works like coats of arms are in the public domain. Note: The usage of coats of arms is governed by legal restrictions, independent of the copyright status of the depiction shown here.
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