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Tincture (heraldry): Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The names of the tinctures mainly come to us from ________:
JèrriaisFrench languageNorman languageGuernésiais

Question 2: The fess on the Coat of arms of Colombia is blazoned as of the colour of ________.
PlatinumPalladiumRhodiumGold

Question 3: In heraldry, tinctures are the colours used to emblazon a ________.
Coat of armsUnofficial emblem of TurkeyRoyal coat of arms of ScotlandRoyal coat of arms of the United Kingdom

Question 4: [citation needed] Almost all ________ and traffic signs, intentionally or unintentionally, follow it.
Radar detectorVehicle registration plateAutomobileVanity plate

Question 5: [24][25] In ________, Kürsch (fur proper) is sometimes used, but this is seldom found elsewhere.
Swedish heraldryPolish heraldryEnglish heraldryGerman heraldry

Question 6: ________ recognises seven principal tinctures, consisting of two "metals", or light tinctures (gold and silver), and five "colours", or dark tinctures (blue, red, purple, black, and green).
EnglandEnglish heraldryCanadian heraldryEnglish people

Question 7: Azure is from the Arabic lazward (لازورد) meaning ________.
SodaliteLapis lazuliEmeraldGarnet

Question 8: The patterns illustrated are occasionally used to depict arms in a monochromatic context, such as a "hatching" (sketch) or ________.
EngravingCopperGoldsmithGold

Question 9: [32] The rule of tincture has also influenced ________ design with respect to what colour font should be placed on what colour background.
HTMLInternetWorld Wide WebNetscape
















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