Syrokomla coat of arms
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According to the legend, the coat of arms was granted to certain knight named Syrokomla of Abdank coat of arms after he won a duel with a pagan Prussian warrior in 1331 during the reign of Ladislaus the Short. After this victory he was awarded with a right to add a golden cross to his coat of arms, to underline that he is one of the defenders of Christianity.
Gules, Abdank (W-shaped symbol) Argent, with a cross Or (sometimes Argent) attached above. In the crest the symbol repeated.
Notable bearers of this coat of arms include: