Category:Impaling in heraldry

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English: In heraldry, impalement is a form of marshalling (heraldic combination) of two coats of arms side-by-side in one shield or escutcheon to denote union, most often that of a husband and wife, but also for ecclesiastical use. An impaled shield is bisected "in pale", that is by a vertical line.
<nowiki>Osztott címer; Impalamento; impalement; חלוקה בניצב; Насадження (геральдика); palen; way of combining two coats-of-arms; heraldiek</nowiki>
way of combining two coats-of-arms
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