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Aaron Paul Mitton

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 3rd January 2020. Registration No. 0522 (Vol.3).

Arms: Argent, on a mount Vert a raven Sable carrying over his sinister shoulder a broken lance Gules.

Crest: A sinister gauntlet proper holding a sheaf of lances Gules.

Motto: Veniat quod cælo placet.

Private Registration: September 5th, 2019. The International Society of Commoners Heraldry; registration # 2019255.

Emblazoned by Quentin Peacock

The Arms of Aaron Paul Mitton

The charge alludes to the victory of Ywain's ravens over Arthur's squires in the "Dream of Rhonabwy" from the Mabinogion. It also represents the truce between Ywain and Arthur which followed that victory as well as their subsequent collective decision to accept a truce with the Saxons.

The raven is on a mount Vert because the armiger lives in Vermont (from the French “green mountain”).
The crest is partly a cant on the armiger’s surname (the gauntlet as a mitten) but with the lances Gules it has developed into something a bit more meaningful to the charge and motto. The gauntlet is sinister because the armiger is left-handed, and also represents a "sinister" force, bearing lances Gules (a weapon tinctured to indicate blood, pain, anger, etc.).

The raven has already broken one weapon and stands defiantly against the others that may come. This is alluded to by the motto, which is a phrase repeated by Arthur in Rhonabwy.

 
 

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