Crown

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Crown may refer to:

Monarchy and government[edit]

  • Crown (headgear), often an emblem of a monarchy, a monarch's government, or items endorsed by it
  • Monarch
  • The Crown, the legal embodiment of Executive Government in Commonwealth countries
    • Crown Prosecutor, the title commonly given, in Commonwealth jurisdictions, to the state prosecutor
  • Crown (heraldry), an emblem of the sovereign state, a monarch's government

Science and medicine[edit]


Dentistry[edit]

Currency[edit]

Motor vehicles[edit]

Music[edit]

Places[edit]

Business and products[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • HMS Crown, the name of various Royal Navy ships
  • Crown (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe, and an enemy of Spider-Man
  • The Crown (TV series), an upcoming television drama series created by Peter Morgan for Netflix
  • Crown, the top or hinge of a bell
  • Crown, the topmost part of a hat
  • Crown, the grooved knob or dial on the outside of a watch case

See also[edit]

  • Crown, a military decoration in the ancient Roman Republic, including:
    • Grass Crown, awarded for saving a city in battle
    • Civic Crown, awarded for saving a citizen in battle
    • Camp crown, awarded for being the first to penetrate the enemy's camp
    • Mural crown, awarded for being the first to scale the walls of an enemy city
    • Naval crown, awarded for being the first to board an enemy ship