DIEU ET MON DROIT
Dieu et mon droit (dyuu ay mawndrwah). [French ¡°God and my right¡±] The motto of the royal arms of England. ? It was first used by Richard I and, with the exception of Elizabeth I, was continually used from Edward III to William III, who used the motto je maintiendrey. Queen Anne used Elizabeth I’s motto, semper eadem, but Dieu et mon droit has been used since her death.
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