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Bangor-on-Dee Coffin Lid Three .
Coffin Lid Three Bangor-on-Dee.
[3] 'An ancient cross', more correctly an expanded arm cross within a circle, with below, a griffin passant and lion passant, interpreted by Pennant as 'the early embracing for Christianity by the nations of our island'. The griffin or griffon, half eagle, half lion, was anciently a symbol of divine power or a guardian of the divine.
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