Coat of arms of the Republic of Artsakh

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Coat of arms of Artsakh
Coat of arms of Artsakh.svg
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Armiger Republic of Artsakh
Escutcheon Two stone heads Or; Per fess, the first a panorama of a mountain range Azure and Argent, the second a vertically set flag of Artsakh
Supporters An Eagle proper displayed, above the Eagle's head, a ornamented crown Or.
Motto Armenian: Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի Հանրապետություն-Արցախ
"Artsakh Republic of Mountainous Karabakh"
Other elements In the eagle's talons are various agricultural products including wheat and grapes

The emblem of the Republic of Artsakh consists of an eagle wearing an ornamented crown. On the chest of the eagle is a shield with a panorama of a mountain range and under it a vertically set Flag of Artsakh. Over this are the two stone heads of "Granny and Gramps" (Տատիկ և Պապիկ, Tatik yev Papik) from the We Are Our Mountains monument in Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh. The eagle's feet clutch various agricultural products including wheat and grapes. The outer rim is made up of a golden circular ribbon bearing inscription "Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի Հանրապետություն-Արցախ" ("Artsakh Republic of Mountainous Karabakh") in Eastern Armenian.[1]

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  1. ^ This description is due to Željko Heimer of the Flags of the World website (May 1998), referring to the political magazine Globus.

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