Category:Dimidiation in heraldry

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English: In heraldry, dimidiation is a method of marshalling (heraldically combining) two coats of arms. While impalement involves placing the whole of both coats of arms side by side in the same shield, dimidiation involves placing the dexter half of one coat of arms alongside the sinister half of the other.
Two coats of arms impaled
The same two coats dimidiated


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