Douglas window in Linlithgow

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In the third panel of the stained glass window at St. Michael's Church in Linlithgow, Scotland above the lower portion of King David I and his attributed arms, is the figure of St. Bridget.

Above her head is a knight on horseback, bearing a banner with fleurs-de-lis and whose pauldron (shoulder armor) marks him as a Crusader (Argent a cross gules). Hee carries a shield with the well-known arms of Douglas: Argent a heart gules on a chief azure three mullets argent.



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