What do you know of the fleurdelys?

The fleur-de-lys, which was for many years the emblem of the kings of France, is supposed by some to represent
a lily, by others an iris, and by others the head of a lance. It frequently occurs in heraldic devices in Englafid and
Scotland and generally refers to France. After 1789 it was no longer used by the people of France.

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