Mogiła coat of arms

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Mogiła
Herb Mogila.jpg
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Battle cry -
Alternative names -
Earliest mention unknown
Towns none
Families Andruszewicz, Andruszkiewicz, Białowolski, Bichowski, Bielewicz, Billewicz, Bogarewicz, Bogdanowicz, Bohdanowicz, Bublewski, Bychowiec, Ciechanowicz, Czernicki, Daugiert, Daugird, Dawgird, Dawgirt, Dowgird, Dowgirdowicz, Dworzecki, Karczewski, Łopato, Łopatto, Maruchowicz, Maruszewski, Mogień, Monstwił, Monstwiłło, Montwid, Montwit, Mostwił, Rukiewicz, Sołouch, Sołuch, Stankiewicz, Szajewski, Wysocki, Zadeyko, Zodejko, Zodeyko, Zygmanowski, Żadeyko, Żodejko,

Mogiła (Polish for "Tomb") is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by a number of szlachta (noble) families under the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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