The symbols of Romanian Royalty consist of the five symbols of the supreme authority: the Royal Crown, the mace (the marshal's baton), the Royal Mantle, the Royal Standard and the Royal Cypher.
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... The Crown, as a symbol of power, can be found in the Romanian territories since the times of the Romanian rulers (Romanian Domnitor), as main insignia of the supreme power ... formed by three or five ornaments shaped as flowers or leaves (Romanian fleuroane) ... in the 14th and 15th centuries, the crowns of the Romanian Domnitor are similar to the heraldic crowns, in the latter centuries becoming bigger and more decorated ...
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