Welsh coat of arms
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Heraldry in Wales has a tradition distinct from that of English and Scottish heraldry. There is evidence that heraldry was already being used in Wales by the .
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A Royal Badge for Wales was approved in May It is based on the arms borne by the thirteenth-century Welsh prince Llywelyn the Great blazoned quarterly Or and gules, four lions passant guardant counterchanged , with the addition of St Edward's Crown atop a continuous scroll which, together with a wreath consisting of the plant emblems of the four countries of the United Kingdom , surrounds the shield. The badge formerly appeared on the covers of Assembly Measures ;  since the referendum , it now appears on the cover of Acts  passed by the National Assembly for Wales and its escutcheon, ribbon and motto are depicted on the Welsh Seal. The current badge follows in a long line of heraldic devices representing Wales. Whereas the arms of England , Scotland and Ireland are represented in the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom , Wales has no such representation due to it having been annexed and incorporated into the Kingdom of England ; therefore Wales had no status as a nation within the Kingdom of England, and the succeeding United Kingdom.
Knights in the Middle Ages wore a coat of arms to distinguish themselves from one another in battle. Within a given family individuals would have their own coats of arms, separate from each other and sometimes blending with another family, depending on the circumstances of marriage. A family would also have crests and seals, which might or might not be the same as the coats of arms.
Heraldry in Wales has a tradition distinct from that of English and Scottish heraldry. There is evidence that heraldry was already being used in Wales by the middle of the thirteenth century; for instance, in Gwynedd, two sons of Llywelyn the Great are recorded as having borne coats of arms in this period.