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The eagle is used in heraldry both as a charge (something drawn on the shield) or as a supporter (something holding the shield up). Parts of the eagle’s body such as its head, wings or leg are also used as a crest or charge.

In addition, it symbolized immortality, courage, farsightedness and strength. It is considered to be the king of the air and the messenger of the highest Gods. After old faith it looks directly when flying up into the sun, why it is also a symbol for the ascent in the sky and the release of the soul. Mythologically, it is connected to the Greeks with the God Zeus, with the Romans with Jupiter and with the Germanic Heathens with Odin.
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