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Queen Elizabeth



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Coat of Arms

Elizabeth I's coat of arms is shown in the upper rigth corner. It tells the viewer that this is a portrait of Elizabeth.

Do you see the English Royal Lion and the Welsh Dragon?

 

These symbols are in the coat of arms because Elizabeth was the queen of England and Wales.

 

What creature represents the United States?



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