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Àmì ọ̀pá àṣẹ ilẹ̀ Rọ́síà

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The coat of arms of the Russian Federation
The heraldic device of the Russian Federation.
Occasionally, the eagle found on the Federation's arms is used independently as an emblem. In appearance, this emblem itself resembles a full coat of arms.
Date of origin30 November 1993
ShieldGules a two-headed eagle each head imperially crowned holding in his dexter talon a sceptre and in his sinister talon a globus cruciger ensigned by an imperial crown all Or an inescutcheon displayed upon the breast gules a representation of a knight upon horseback slaying a dragon all Or.

Àmì ọ̀pá àṣẹ ilẹ̀ Rọ́síà je ti orile-ede Rosia.

The Greater Coat of Arms of the Russian Empire, Presented drawing of Artist Igor Barbe, 2006, "Greater Coat of Arms of the Russian Empire" 1882-1917

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