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HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (* 28. Maijul./ 10. Juni 1921greg. Schloss Mon Repos, Korfu, als Prinz Philipp von Griechenland und Dänemark) ist der Prinzgemahl der britischen Königin Elisabeth II. エディンバラ公フィリップ王配(Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh、1921年6月10日 - )は、イギリス王室の成員、イギリス女王エリザベス2世の夫(王配)。爵位・称号は Prince of the United Kingdom、エディンバラ公爵、メリオネス伯爵、グリニッジ男爵、イギリス海陸空軍元帥、ロード・ハイ・アドミラル、日本学士院名誉会員。敬称は His Royal Highness(殿下)。 祖父にギリシャ王ゲオルギオス1世 、曽祖父にデンマーク王クリスチャン9世、高祖父にロシア皇帝ニコライ1世、高祖母にイギリス女王ヴィクトリアがいる。 Filipe da Grécia e Dinamarca, Duque de Edimburgo (Corfu, 10 de junho de 1921) é o marido da rainha Isabel II e consorte do Reino Unido da Grã-Bretanha e Irlanda do Norte desde 1952. Ele é o consorte mais velho e de maior reinado na história da monarquia britânica, além de o homem mais velho da história da família real. Filipe e Isabel têm quatro filhos: Carlos, Ana, André e Eduardo. Ele também tem oito netos e cinco bisnetos. Filipe atualmente é patrono de mais de oitocentas organizações e realiza diversos deveres oficiais sozinho e principalmente junto com Isabel. 愛丁堡公爵菲臘親王(英语:Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,1921年6月10日-),為英國女皇伊莉莎白二世的王夫。 菲臘親王於1921年6月10日出生在希臘愛奧尼亞群島克基拉州的克基拉島,為希臘和丹麥王子。他父親安德列是希臘國王喬治一世的第四子,曾祖父則是丹麥的克利斯蒂安九世,母親黑森-巴騰堡郡主艾麗絲則是英國維多利亞女皇的外曾孫女。 1947年,改家族名為蒙巴頓(Mountbatten)。同年11月20日和第三代表妹伊莉莎白公主結婚,兩人都是維多利亞女王的玄孫。岳父英皇喬治六世授予他愛丁堡公爵、梅里奧尼思伯爵(Earl of Merioneth)和格林威治男爵(Baron Greenwich)等爵位。1953年他被授予皇家海軍元帥、英國陸軍元帥和皇家空軍元帥等職位。 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten; born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark on 10 June 1921) is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. He is the longest-serving consort of a reigning British monarch and the oldest-ever male member of the British royal family. A keen sports enthusiast, Philip helped develop the equestrian event of carriage driving. He is a patron of over 800 organisations and serves as chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme for people aged 14 to 24. 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) الأمير فيليب (10 يونيو 1921 - )، دوق إدنبرة. هو فيليب مونتباتن ابن الأمير اليوناني آندرو والأميرة أليس أميرة بيتينبرغ في الدنمارك، ولد في كورفو في اليونان. هو زوج الملكة إليزابيث الثانية ملكة المملكة المتحدة، Duc d’Édimbourg Pour les articles homonymes, voir Philippe de Grèce.Philip MountbattenFichier:Prince Philip March 2015.jpg Le duc d’Édimbourg en 2015. Titre Prince consort du Royaume-Uni et des royaumes du Commonwealth Depuis le 6 février 1952(65 ans et 9 jours) Fichier:Coat of Arms of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.svg Princes consorts britanniques Il est surtout connu pour être le mari de la reine Élisabeth II du Royaume-Uni. Il est celui qui a occupé le plus longtemps le rôle de prince consort du Royaume-Uni et le conjoint étant resté le plus longtemps marié à un monarque britannique régnant. Принц Фили́пп, ге́рцог Эдинбу́ргский (англ. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; род. 10 июня 1921, Корфу) — супруг королевы Великобритании Елизаветы II. Filippo è sposato con la regina Elisabetta II dal 20 novembre 1947 e ha quattro figli: Carlo, Anna, Andrea ed Edoardo. Nato principe di Grecia, nipote del re di Grecia (casata degli Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, la stessa della Danimarca, che aveva dato il primo sovrano alla Grecia nell'Ottocento). Prima del matrimonio rinunciò ai propri titoli greci, si battezzò con rito anglicano e adottò il cognome Mountbatten. Filip, książę Edynburga, ang. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (ur. jako książę Filip z Grecji i Danii, następnie Filip Mountbatten ur. 10 czerwca 1921) – książę Zjednoczonego Królestwa, brytyjski książę małżonek jako mąż królowej Elżbiety II. Jest on najdłużej dotąd panującym małżonkiem władcy w historii imperium brytyjskiego, a także najstarszym współmałżonkiem kiedykolwiek panującego monarchy brytyjskiego, wolnomularz. Jego pełny tytuł to książę Edynburga, hrabia Merioneth, baron Greenwich, kanclerz uniwersytetu w Edynburgu. Z Elżbietą II mają czworo dzieci – Karola, Annę, Andrzeja i Edwarda. El príncipe Felipe, duque de Edimburgo, nacido como príncipe Felipe de Grecia y Dinamarca (Corfú, 10 de junio de 1921), es el consorte de la reina Isabel II del Reino Unido. Nació príncipe de Grecia y Dinamarca al ser hijo de Andrés de Grecia y Dinamarca y de Alicia de Battenberg. Ostenta además los títulos de conde de Merioneth, barón Greenwich, caballero de la Orden de la Jarretera, caballero de la Orden del Cardo, gran maestre de la Orden del Imperio Británico y miembro de la Gran Logia Unida de Inglaterra. Prins Philip, hertog van Edinburgh (geboren: Filips van Griekenland en Denemarken) (Korfoe, 10 juni 1921) is de echtgenoot van koningin Elizabeth II van het Verenigd Koninkrijk.
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Filipe da Grécia e Dinamarca, Duque de Edimburgo (Corfu, 10 de junho de 1921) é o marido da rainha Isabel II e consorte do Reino Unido da Grã-Bretanha e Irlanda do Norte desde 1952. Ele é o consorte mais velho e de maior reinado na história da monarquia britânica, além de o homem mais velho da história da família real. Filipe é filho do príncipe André da Grécia e Dinamarca e sua esposa a princesa Alice de Battenberg, sendo membro das famílias reais grega e dinamarquesa. Ele nasceu na Grécia, porém foi expulso do país junto com os pais enquanto ainda era criança. Filipe estudou na França, Inglaterra, Alemanha e Escócia, entrando na Marinha Real Britânica em 1939 aos dezoito anos. Ele começou a se corresponder no mesmo ano com a princesa Isabel, filha mais velha e herdeira do rei Jorge VI do Reino Unido. Ele serviu no Mediterrâneo e no Pacífico durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Depois da guerra, Filipe recebeu permissão do rei para se casar com Isabel. Ele abandonou seus títulos gregos e dinamarqueses antes do anúncio oficial, se converteu para o anglicanismo e se naturalizou um cidadão britânico, adotando o sobrenome Mountbatten a partir de seus avôs maternos. Os dois se casaram no dia 20 de novembro de 1947 após cinco meses de noivado. Ao se casar Filipe recebeu o estilo do "Sua Alteza Real" e o título de Duque de Edimburgo. Ele continuou no serviço ativo da marinha até Isabel ascender ao torno em 1952, tendo alcançado a patente de comandante. Filipe e Isabel têm quatro filhos: Carlos, Ana, André e Eduardo. Ele também tem oito netos e cinco bisnetos. Filipe atualmente é patrono de mais de oitocentas organizações e realiza diversos deveres oficiais sozinho e principalmente junto com Isabel. エディンバラ公フィリップ王配(Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh、1921年6月10日 - )は、イギリス王室の成員、イギリス女王エリザベス2世の夫(王配)。爵位・称号は Prince of the United Kingdom、エディンバラ公爵、メリオネス伯爵、グリニッジ男爵、イギリス海陸空軍元帥、ロード・ハイ・アドミラル、日本学士院名誉会員。敬称は His Royal Highness(殿下)。 祖父にギリシャ王ゲオルギオス1世 、曽祖父にデンマーク王クリスチャン9世、高祖父にロシア皇帝ニコライ1世、高祖母にイギリス女王ヴィクトリアがいる。 HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (* 28. Maijul./ 10. Juni 1921greg. Schloss Mon Repos, Korfu, als Prinz Philipp von Griechenland und Dänemark) ist der Prinzgemahl der britischen Königin Elisabeth II. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten; born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark on 10 June 1921) is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. He is the longest-serving consort of a reigning British monarch and the oldest-ever male member of the British royal family. A member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Philip was born into the Greek and Danish royal families. He was born in Greece but his family was exiled from the country when he was still an infant. After being educated in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, he joined the Royal Navy in 1939, at the age of 18. From July 1939, he began corresponding with the 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth (his third cousin through Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and second cousin once removed through King Christian IX of Denmark), whom he had first met in 1934. During the Second World War he served with the Mediterranean and Pacific fleets. After the war, Philip was granted permission by George VI to marry Elizabeth. Before the official announcement of their engagement, he abandoned his Greek and Danish royal titles and became a naturalised British subject, adopting the surname Mountbatten from his maternal grandparents. After an engagement of five months, he married Elizabeth on 20 November 1947. Just before the wedding, he was created Duke of Edinburgh. Philip left active military service when Elizabeth became Queen in 1952, having reached the rank of commander. He was formally made a Prince of the United Kingdom in 1957. Philip has four children with Elizabeth: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. He has eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Through a British Order in Council issued in 1960, descendants of Philip and Elizabeth not bearing royal styles and titles can use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, which has also been used by some members of the royal family who do hold titles, such as Charles and Anne. A keen sports enthusiast, Philip helped develop the equestrian event of carriage driving. He is a patron of over 800 organisations and serves as chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme for people aged 14 to 24. 愛丁堡公爵菲臘親王(英语:Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,1921年6月10日-),為英國女皇伊莉莎白二世的王夫。 菲臘親王於1921年6月10日出生在希臘愛奧尼亞群島克基拉州的克基拉島,為希臘和丹麥王子。他父親安德列是希臘國王喬治一世的第四子,曾祖父則是丹麥的克利斯蒂安九世,母親黑森-巴騰堡郡主艾麗絲則是英國維多利亞女皇的外曾孫女。 1947年,改家族名為蒙巴頓(Mountbatten)。同年11月20日和第三代表妹伊莉莎白公主結婚,兩人都是維多利亞女王的玄孫。岳父英皇喬治六世授予他愛丁堡公爵、梅里奧尼思伯爵(Earl of Merioneth)和格林威治男爵(Baron Greenwich)等爵位。1953年他被授予皇家海軍元帥、英國陸軍元帥和皇家空軍元帥等職位。 Принц Фили́пп, ге́рцог Эдинбу́ргский (англ. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; род. 10 июня 1921, Корфу) — супруг королевы Великобритании Елизаветы II. 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) الأمير فيليب (10 يونيو 1921 - )، دوق إدنبرة. هو فيليب مونتباتن ابن الأمير اليوناني آندرو والأميرة أليس أميرة بيتينبرغ في الدنمارك، ولد في كورفو في اليونان. هو زوج الملكة إليزابيث الثانية ملكة المملكة المتحدة، Filippo è sposato con la regina Elisabetta II dal 20 novembre 1947 e ha quattro figli: Carlo, Anna, Andrea ed Edoardo. Nato principe di Grecia, nipote del re di Grecia (casata degli Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, la stessa della Danimarca, che aveva dato il primo sovrano alla Grecia nell'Ottocento). Prima del matrimonio rinunciò ai propri titoli greci, si battezzò con rito anglicano e adottò il cognome Mountbatten. Il giorno dopo il suo matrimonio ottenne il trattamento di "Altezza Reale" da re Giorgio VI, mentre il giorno seguente i titoli di "duca di Edimburgo", "conte di Merioneth" e "barone Greenwich". La regina Elisabetta II lo ha creato "principe del Regno Unito" nel 1957. Come consorte della sovrana ha affiancato la Regina nei suoi viaggi ufficiali nel Commonwealth e nel mondo, apparendo frequentemente agli occhi del pubblico. Attualmente è inoltre il più longevo consorte di un monarca britannico: infatti il 19 aprile 2009, con 62 anni e 71 giorni di matrimonio, ha superato anche la regina consorte Carlotta di Meclemburgo-Strelitz, consorte di re Giorgio III del Regno Unito. Oltre agli attributi regali, Filippo è anche patrono di una serie di organizzazioni incluso il The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, un premio a lui dedicato, ed è a capo delle Università di Cambridge ed Edimburgo. Sin dalla sua visita in Antartide del 1956, si è impegnato per sensibilizzare l'opinione pubblica sul rapporto uomo-ambiente, tema sul quale ha anche pubblicato degli scritti. Filip, książę Edynburga, ang. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (ur. jako książę Filip z Grecji i Danii, następnie Filip Mountbatten ur. 10 czerwca 1921) – książę Zjednoczonego Królestwa, brytyjski książę małżonek jako mąż królowej Elżbiety II. Jest on najdłużej dotąd panującym małżonkiem władcy w historii imperium brytyjskiego, a także najstarszym współmałżonkiem kiedykolwiek panującego monarchy brytyjskiego, wolnomularz. Pochodzi z duńskiego rodu królewskiego Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. Książę Filip urodził się w Grecji jako członek greckiej i duńskiej rodziny królewskiej, ale jego rodzina została wygnana, gdy był jeszcze dzieckiem. Kształcił się we Francji, Anglii, Niemczech i Szkocji, po czym wstąpił do Royal Navy w 1939 w wieku 18 lat. Od lipca 1939, zaczął korespondować z 13-letnią księżniczką Elżbietą (jego dalszą kuzynką ze strony Królowej Wiktorii i najstarszą córką oraz przypuszczalną następczynią tronu po królu Jerzym VI), którą spotkał po raz pierwszy w 1934. Podczas II wojny światowej służył we flotach na Morzu Śródziemnym i Pacyfiku. Jego pełny tytuł to książę Edynburga, hrabia Merioneth, baron Greenwich, kanclerz uniwersytetu w Edynburgu. Z Elżbietą II mają czworo dzieci – Karola, Annę, Andrzeja i Edwarda. W 2011 na swoje 90. urodziny otrzymał od swojej małżonki tytuł Lorda Wysokiego Admirała. El príncipe Felipe, duque de Edimburgo, nacido como príncipe Felipe de Grecia y Dinamarca (Corfú, 10 de junio de 1921), es el consorte de la reina Isabel II del Reino Unido. Nació príncipe de Grecia y Dinamarca al ser hijo de Andrés de Grecia y Dinamarca y de Alicia de Battenberg. Ostenta además los títulos de conde de Merioneth, barón Greenwich, caballero de la Orden de la Jarretera, caballero de la Orden del Cardo, gran maestre de la Orden del Imperio Británico y miembro de la Gran Logia Unida de Inglaterra. En 1947, contrajo matrimonio con la princesa Isabel, hija y heredera del rey Jorge VI del Reino Unido. Antes de su matrimonio, Jorge VI lo nombró duque de Edimburgo, conde de Merioneth y barón Greenwich, otorgándole el tratamiento de Alteza Real. En 1957, Felipe fue nombrado príncipe del Reino Unido por la reina Isabel II. Aparte de sus deberes reales, el duque de Edimburgo es patrocinador de muchas organizaciones, entre ellas los Premios Duque de Edimburgo y el Fondo Mundial para la Naturaleza. Además es rector de la Universidad de Cambridge y lo fue de la Universidad de Edimburgo (su hija Ana le relevó en este último cargo en 2011). En concreto, se ha dedicado a intentar que la humanidad tome conciencia de su relación con el medio ambiente desde que visitó las islas Sandwich del Sur en 1956. Ha publicado escritos y realizado charlas sobre temas del medio ambiente a lo largo de más de medio siglo. El duque, quien ha cumplido 95 años mantiene una nutrida agenda protocolaria, aunque ha prometido disminuir sus actividades, ya que según él mismo confirma, comienza a fallarle la memoria. Con motivo de este aniversario, su esposa la reina le concede un título que venía ostentando ella desde 1964 hasta 2011, el de lord gran almirante del Reino Unido, en recompensa a sus seis décadas como consorte junto a ella. El duque de Edimburgo fue ingresado el viernes 23 de diciembre de 2011 por la tarde de urgencia, tras sentir dolores en el pecho, y tuvo que ser sometido por la noche a una angioplastia para desbloquear una arteria coronaria. La intervención quirúrgica fue un éxito. Duc d’Édimbourg Pour les articles homonymes, voir Philippe de Grèce.Philip MountbattenFichier:Prince Philip March 2015.jpg Le duc d’Édimbourg en 2015. Titre Prince consort du Royaume-Uni et des royaumes du Commonwealth Depuis le 6 février 1952(65 ans et 9 jours) Fichier:Coat of Arms of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.svg Princes consorts britanniques Le prince Philip, duc d’Édimbourg, né prince Philippe de Grèce et de Danemark le 10 juin 1921 à Corfou, en Grèce, est le cinquième enfant (seul encore en vie depuis le décès de Sophie de Grèce en 2001) et seul garçon du prince André de Grèce et de la princesse Alice de Battenberg. Il est donc le petit-fils du roi Georges Ier de Grèce et un cousin germain des rois Georges II et Paul Ier de Grèce. Il est également un petit-neveu de la dernière tsarine Alexandra Fiodorovna Romanova. Il est surtout connu pour être le mari de la reine Élisabeth II du Royaume-Uni. Il est celui qui a occupé le plus longtemps le rôle de prince consort du Royaume-Uni et le conjoint étant resté le plus longtemps marié à un monarque britannique régnant. Membre de la maison dano-allemande du Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderbourg-Glücksburg, le prince Philip est né dans la famille royale grecque mais sa famille s’est exilée hors de Grèce quand il était enfant. Après des études en Allemagne, en Angleterre et en Écosse, il a rejoint la Royal Navy britannique à l’âge de 18 ans en 1939. En juillet 1939, il commence à correspondre avec la princesse Élisabeth, la fille aînée et héritière présomptive du roi George VI. Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il sert dans les flottes de Méditerranée et du Pacifique. Après la guerre, Philip obtient la permission de George VI d’épouser Élisabeth. Avant l’annonce officielle des fiançailles, il renonce à ses titres royaux grec et danois, se convertit de la religion orthodoxe grecque à l’anglicanisme et devient sujet naturalisé britannique, adoptant le nom de famille Mountbatten de ses grands-parents maternels britanniques. Après cinq mois de fiançailles, devenu le lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, il épouse Élisabeth le 20 novembre 1947. Lors de son mariage, il reçoit le prédicat d’altesse royale et le titre de duc d’Édimbourg par son beau-père. Philip quitte le service actif, ayant atteint le grade de capitaine de frégate, quand Élisabeth devient reine en 1952. Sa femme le fait prince du Royaume-Uni en 1957 et Lord Grand Amiral en 2011. Philip a eu quatre enfants avec Élisabeth : Charles, Anne, Andrew et Edward. Grâce à un décret en conseil datant de 1960, les descendants de Philip et Élisabeth ne portant pas de titres royaux peuvent utiliser le nom de famille Mountbatten-Windsor. Sportif passionné, Philip a aidé au développement de l’attelage équestre. Il est le président de plus de 800 organisations et le président du Duke of Edinburg’s Award pour les personnes âgées de 14 à 24 ans. Il est présent dans l’ordre de succession au trône britannique en sa qualité de descendant de la reine Victoria via sa fille la princesse Alice (arrière-grand-mère du prince Philip). Prins Philip, hertog van Edinburgh (geboren: Filips van Griekenland en Denemarken) (Korfoe, 10 juni 1921) is de echtgenoot van koningin Elizabeth II van het Verenigd Koninkrijk.
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1952-01-01
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dbr:Elizabeth_II
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Duke of Edinburgh(more)
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right|100px From 1947 to 1949 "Arms of Greece surmounted by an inescutcheon of the arms of Denmark; and over all in the first quarter the arms of Princess Alice, daughter of Queen Victoria, viz, the Royal Arms differenced with a label of three points argent, the middle point charged with a rose gules and each of the others with an ermine spot. The shield is encircled by the Garter and ensigned with a princely coronet of crosses pattée and fleurs-de-lis, above which is placed a barred helm affronte, and thereon the crest; out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers alternately sable and argent. The supporters are, dexter, the figure of Hercules proper, and sinister, a lion queue fourche ducally crowned or, gorged with a naval coronet azure."
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40
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Prince Philip in March 2015
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yes
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Issuant from a ducal coronet Or, a plume of five ostrich feathers alternately Sable and Argent;
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From 1949: Quarterly: First Or, semée of hearts Gules, three lions passant in pale Azure , Second Azure, a cross Argent , Third Argent, two pallets Sable , Fourth Argent, upon a rock Proper a castle triple towered Sable, masoned Argent, windows, port, turret-caps and vanes Gules , the whole surrounded by the Garter.
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Upon a coronet of a son of the sovereign Proper, the royal helm Or
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* Charles, Prince of Wales * Anne, Princess Royal * Prince Andrew, Duke of York * Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
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GOD IS MY HELP
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Following his marriage to Princess Elizabeth until 1949, Prince Philip's arms featured a differenced version of the royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom, derived from his ancestor Princess Alice. Unlike the arms used by other members of the royal family, the Duke's arms no longer features the royal arms of the United Kingdom, as men are not entitled to bear the arms of their wives. However they do feature elements representing Greece and Denmark, from which he is descended in the male line; the Mountbatten family arms, from which he is descended in the female line; and the City of Edinburgh.
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The Order of the Garter ribbon. HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE
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dbr:Church_of_England
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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh signature.png
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dbr:List_of_British_consorts
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Dexter, a representation of Hercules girt about the loins with a lion skin, crowned with a chaplet of oak leaves, holding in the dexter hand a club Proper ; sinister, a lion queue fourchée ducally crowned Or and gorged with a naval coronet Azure;
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The arms of Denmark and Greece, represent the Duke of Edinburgh's familial lineage. The arms of the City of Edinburgh represent Philip's dukedom. The naval crown collar alludes to the Duke's naval career.
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dbr:Chancellor_of_the_University_of_Edinburgh dbr:Chancellor_of_the_University_of_Cambridge Air Commodore-in-Chief of the Air Training Corps dbr:University_of_Salford n87: dbr:List_of_British_consorts dbr:Line_of_succession_to_the_British_throne dbr:Grand_Masters_of_the_Order_of_the_British_Empire dbr:Duke_of_Edinburgh
dbp:torse
Mantling Or and ermine
dbp:yearAdopted
1947-11-19
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--02-06 --06-10 --03-24 1976 1953 1967 1947
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71.7989