Leo Belgicus

After an antique map; 1583


Latin for Belgic Lion, Leo Belgicus is both a heraldic device and was a popular design for the map of the Low Countries; modern day Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Belgium. Drawn in the shape of a Lion to represent the crown. The Lion’s head is the Northeast, and his tail

in the Southeast.


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Bonny Gregory © 2007

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