Talk:Raymond du Puy de Provence
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"…and in 1130 Pope Innocent II gave the order their coat of arms, a silver cross (today known as the Maltese cross) in a field of blue (gueulles)."
There's something a bit wrong here. Gueulles in French heraldry surely means red, not blue, and the coat of arms shown at the article Sovereign Military Order of Malta does indeed show "gules a cross argent" (ie a red field with a silver cross). Is this mistake in the source? Kelisi (talk) 15:42, 8 November 2012 (UTC)