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This section presents the photographs of different shields and documents that occur in the book When Ego Was Imago: Signs of Identity in the Middle Ages. The catalog entries by Louis Douët dArcq and Germain Demay refer to collections of casts, which are located in the Service des sceaux of the Archives nationales (Paris); these casts are of original seals housed in a wide variety of French archives. One of the documents is Partial facsimile of a diploma of King Philip I. One of the shields is the seal of Adele displays the standing figure of a woman, crowned, wearing a coat over her dress and holding a fleur de lis.

Keywords: document; Middle Age; shield



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