Found at Hampton Court Palace. Would love to know what the symbols mean.
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I am wondering if they are coat of arms.
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I have no clue…
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The keys on the top right are probably representative of St. Peter at the pearly gates. Peter is the first priest of the Christian tradition.
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And the hats above the shields are miters (mitres) used by bishops and cardinals.
Well Hampton Court Palace was owned by Cardinal Wolsey before King Henry VIII took it from him.
Cardinal Wolsey was both a bishop and a Cardinal in the Church so those windows would have to do with his office as a bishop and a Cardinal.
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