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1 ДОКЛАД ученика 9-Б класса Москвичева Георгия по теме: «British floral symbol»

2 The red rose is the symbol of EnglandThe red rose is the symbol of England. It comes from the history of the country. This symbol goes back to the War of the Roses, which was the war within the country. In the 15th century two Houses were struggling for the English throne — the Lancastrians and the Yorkists. Red rose was the emblem of the Lancastrians and the white rose was that of the Yorkists. Their rival ended when King Henry VII, the Lancastrian, married Princess Elizabeth, the daughter of the Yorkist. Since that time the red rose has become the national emblem of England. An oak is also depicted as the national symbol of the country.

3 every country has its own symbol. Red rose is the emblem of Englandevery country has its own symbol. Red rose is the emblem of England. The flag of England is the red cross of st. George.

4 Thistle is a prickly-leaved purple flower which was first used in the 15th century as a symbol of defense. The thistle has been a Scottish symbol for more than 500 years.

5 The thistle emblem cropping up all over Scotland, from the international rugby team’s strip, businesses and organizations to the emblems of police constabularies and football teams. In truth, no-one knows, but legend has it that a sleeping party of Scots warriors were saved from ambush by an invading Norse army when one of the attackers trod on a thistle with his bare feet. His cries raised the alarm, the roused Scots duly defeated the invaders, and the thistle was adopted as the symbol of Scotland. Unfortunately, there is no historical evidence for this, but Scots, like other nations, love a good story.

6 The national flower of Wales is the daffodil, which is traditionally worn on St. David’s Day. The vegetable called leek is also considered to be a traditional emblem of Wales. There are many explanations of how the leek came to be adopted as the national emblem of Wales. One is that St David advised the Welsh, on the eve of battle with the Saxons, to wear leeks in their caps to distinguish friend from foe.  As Shakespeare records in Henry V, the Welsh archers wore leeks at the battle of Agincourt in 1415. 

7  However, the humble leek is also considered to be a traditional emblem of Wales, because its colors, white over green, echo the ancient Welsh standard. The national flower of England is used, for instance, in the emblems of the English Golf Union and England national rugby union team. The national flower of Wales is worn on St David's Day each 1 March. (In Welsh, the daffodil is known as "Peter's Leek", cenhinen Bedr.) On St.Patrick’s Day all Irishmen and their friends – (it has become a highly political holiday) wear shamrock in their button holes or on their hats.

8 The national flower of Northern Ireland is the shamrock, a three-leaved plant similar to clover. An Irish tale tells of how Patrick used the three-leaved shamrock to explain the Trinity. He used it in his sermons to represent how the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit could all exist as separate elements of the same entity. His followers adopted the custom of wearing a shamrock on his feast day.

9 Anyone who sees this three-leafed plant automatically thinks of Ireland. The shamrock is a three-leafed clover that grows abundantly in Ireland. Some people say that St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, used the shamrock to spread Christianity in Ireland, since the three leaves of the plant could represent the Holy Trinity. Other people say that the shamrock and the number three were considered magical in Celtic tradition, so this plant was believed to bring good luck.

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The red rose is the symbol of England • It comes from the history of the country. This symbol goes back to the War of the Roses, which was the war within the country. In the 15 th century two Houses were struggling for the English throne-the Lancastrians and the Yorkists. Red rose was the emblem of the Lancastrians and the white rose was that of the Yorkists. Their rival ended when King Henry VII, the Lancastrian, married Princess Elizabeth, the daughter of the Yorkist. Since that time the red rose has become the national emblem of England.

National Animal-The Lion Because the lion is symbolic of bravery, it was frequently used to medieval England. Today, it remains the national animal of the couteam names, logos, icons, an d so on.

The Flag The flag of England is represented by a red cross on a white back Cross and has its originsin the Crusades (12 th and 13 th) centuries red-coloured cross on their white tunics. St George was claimed to time, so the cross became associated with him.

National Tree-The Oak Tree The oak tree represents stength, beauty and survival through trials representation of this enduring country. King Charles II escaped paexecuted and hid in an olk oak tree. Since then, this escape has bewell-known account for many locals.

• For many centurles the purple thistle has been Scotland’s national emblen. There is a legend that explains why it became the Scottish emblem. According to Norsemen wanted to plunder the lang of Scotland settle there. So, they landed. The Scots gathered their army to defend the land. They assembled behind the after a long march. The Scots were sleeping and did not expect the enemies. When the Norsemen decided to attack the Scots, they took their shoes off not to make noise thistle. That sudden and sharp pain made him scream. So the Scots heart this «alarm» and hut the N. That is how the thistle became the emblem of Scotland.

• Wales has got two national symbols. These are the daffodil and the leek. They are both connected to the Patron Saint of Wales. According to the legend, during a battle against the Saxons, St. David advised that they could easily be distinguished from their enemies. Another link between the leek and St. David is the belief that he had to live on However, today each year on St. David’s Day the leek is worm in the cap badges. But outside the army, many other Welsh people have substituted the leek by the attractive and certainly smells a lot better. The daffodil is also associated with St. David’s Day, due to the fact that it breaks into blossom of the many Welsh names for a daffodil is «Cenhinen Bedr» which means «Peter’s leek».

The Royal Arms of England With much the same desing as the Royal Banner, this is a coat of a the country as well as of its monarchs.

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football is famous, of course, but there is another national sport too, cricket. Scotland is very famous for its beautiful scenery and the lakes called lochs. An important symbol of Scotland is a special kind of material called tartan. Another symbol of Scotland is the thistle. Another symbol of Wales is a vegetable called the leek. People wear them on their coats on St. David’s Day, the Welsh national holiday. Welsh people are famous for their singing and their musical festivals. The most famous symbol of Ireland is shamrock. In Ireland you may see different shades and tones of green. The Irish are famous for their playing, singing and dancing. Everyone who was born in Britain is British. People from England are the English. They are Scottish or the Scots; the Welsh and the Irish. People from Scotland and Wales don’t like when they are called the English. Everyone in Britain speaks English. But in some parts of Scotland and Wales people speak different languages as well. The Welsh are especially proud of their language. Everyone in the UK speaks English but they all speak it differently.

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Символ Англии - красная роза, и Англичане любят садоводство. У многих семей есть животные. Английские футболисты известны, конечно, но есть и национальный вид спорта - крикет. Шотландия известна за свои красивые пейзажи и озерами.Важным символом Шотландии является специальный материал который называется тартан.Еще один символ Шотландии - чертополох. Еще один символ Уэльса семена овоща - лука-порея. Люди одевают пальто и его (лук-порей) на день Святого Давида. Это национальный праздник Валлии. Валлийские люди известны песнями и музыкальными фестивалями. Самый популярный символ Ирландии - трилистник. В Ирландии в мае можно увидеть много цветов и оттенков зеленого. Ирландцы известны за их игру, пение и танцы.Все, кто родился в Британии - британец.  Люди с Англии - англичане.Они шотландцы (потому что родились) в Шотландии. Валлийцы и Ирландцы. Люди из Шотландии и Уэльса не любят, когда их называют англичанами. Все Британцы говорят на английском. Но в некоторых частях Шотландии и Уэльса они говорят на других языках. Валлийцы гордятся своим языком. Каждый, кто живет в Великобритании, говорит на английском, но они говорят по разному.

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National symbols of England

 National symbols of England

The national symbols of England are flags, icons or cultural expressions that are emblematic, representative or otherwise characteristic of England or English culture. As a rule, these national symbols are cultural icons that have emerged out of English folklore and tradition, meaning few have any official status. However, most if not all maintain recognition at a national or international level, and some, such as the Royal Arms of England, have been codified in heraldry, and are established, official and recognised symbols of England.

Flags

Main article: List of English flags

The national flag of England, known as St. George's Cross, has been England's national flag since the 13th century. Originally the flag was used by the maritime state the Republic of Genoa. The English monarch paid a tribute to the Doge of Genoa from 1190 onwards, so that English ships could fly the flag as a means of protection when entering the Mediterranean. A red cross acted as a symbol for many Crusaders in the 12th and 13th centuries. It became associated with Saint George, along with countries and cities, which claimed him as their patron saint and used his cross as a banner.[1] Since 1606 the St George's Cross has formed part of the design of the Union Flag, a Pan-British flag designed by King James I.[2][2]

The Royal Banner of England[3] (also known as the Banner of the Royal Arms,[4] the Banner of the King of England,[5][6] or by the misnomer of the Royal Standard of England.[4]) is the English banner of arms, that features the Royal Arms of England. This Royal Banner differs from England's national flag, St George's Cross, in that it does not represent any particular area or land, but rather symbolises the sovereignty vested in the rulers thereof.[7]
The White Dragon flag, which is used by some English nationalists to emphasise the origins of the English national identity in the Anglo-Saxons before the Norman conquest. [8][9]

Heraldry

Main article: English heraldry

The Royal Arms of England is the coat of arms of the English monarchs.[10] Designed in the High Middle Ages, the Royal Arms was subject to significant alteration as the territory, politics and rule of the Kingdom of England shifted throughout the Middle Ages. However, the enduring blazon, or technical description, is "Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure",[7][11] meaning three horizontally positioned identical gold lions facing the observer, with blue tongues and claws, on a deep red background.

Although officially subsumed into the heraldry of the British Royal Family in 1707, the historic Royal Arms featuring three lions continues to represent England on several coins of the pound sterling, forms the basis of several emblems of English national sports teams (such as the England national football team),[12][13] and endures as one of the most recognisable national symbols of England.[10]

The Tudor rose, which takes its name from the Tudor dynasty, was adopted as a national emblem of England around the time of the Wars of the Roses as a symbol of peace.[14] It is a syncretic symbol in that it merged the white rose of the Yorkists and the red rose of the Lancastrians—cadet branches of the Plantagenets who went to war over control of the royal house. It is also known as the Rose of England.[15]
St Edward's Crown was one of the English Crown Jewels and remains one of the senior British Crown Jewels, being the official coronation crown used in the coronation of first English, then British, and finally Commonwealth realms monarchs. As such, two-dimensional representations of the crown are used in coats of arms, badges, and various other insignia throughout the Commonwealth realms to indicate the authority of the reigning sovereign.[16]

National animal and plants

The Lion is a national animal of England. Lion was the nickname of England's medieval warrior rulers with a reputation for bravery, such as Richard I of England, known as Richard the Lionheart.[17] Lions are frequently depicted in English heraldry, either as a device on shields themselves, or as supporters. They also appear in sculpture, and sites of national importance, such as Trafalgar Square. The lion is used as a symbol of English sporting teams, such as the England national football team.[16]
The rose is the national flower of England. It is usually red,[16] and is used, for instance, in the emblems of the English Golf Union and England national rugby union team.
The oak is the national tree of England,[16] representing strength and endurance. The term Royal Oak is used to denote the escape of King Charles II from the grasps of the parliamentarians after his father's execution; he hid in an oak tree to avoid detection before making it safely into exile. The Major Oak is an 800–1000 year old oak in Sherwood Forest, famed as the alleged principal hideout of Robin Hood.

Food and drink

Main article: English cuisine
Fish and chips is a widely consumed part of English cuisine, and is symbolic of England.[16]
Tea is symbolic of England.[16] In 2006, a government sponsored survey confirmed that a cup of tea constituted a national symbol of England.[18]

Famous People

See also

  • Symbols of the United Kingdom

References

  1. ^ a b "St. George – England's Patron Saint". Britannia.com. http://www.britannia.com/history/stgeorge.html. Retrieved 1 February 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "United Kingdom – History of the Flag". FlagSpot.net. http://flagspot.net/flags/gb-hist.html. Retrieved 2009-09-05. 
  3. ^ Thompson 2001, p. 91.
  4. ^ a b Fox-Davis 1909, p. 474.
  5. ^ Keightley 1834, p. 310.
  6. ^ James 2009, p. 247.
  7. ^ a b Fox-Davies 2008, p. 607.
  8. ^ http://www.whitedragonflagofengland.com/
  9. ^ http://www.wearetheenglish.com/flag_white_dragon.htm
  10. ^ a b Boutell 1859, p. 373: "The three golden lions upon a ground of red have certainly continued to be the royal and national arms of England."
  11. ^ The First Foot Guards. "Coat of Arms of King George III". footguards.tripod.com. http://footguards.tripod.com/08HISTORY/08_heraldry.htm. Retrieved 4-February-2010. 
  12. ^ Briggs 1971, pp. 166–167.
  13. ^ Ingle, Sean (2002-07-18). "Why do England have three lions on their shirts?". guardian.co.uk. http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2002/jul/18/theknowledge.sport. Retrieved 2010-09-15. 
  14. ^ "National flowers". Number10.gov.uk. 2003-01-13. http://www.number10.gov.uk/Page828. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  15. ^ Smith, Jed (2005-06-03). "England's Rose – The Official History". Museum of Rugby, Twickenham. RugbyNetwork.net. http://www.rugbynetwork.net/main/s245/st74325.htm. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  16. ^ a b c d e f "What images are associated with England?". projectbritain.com. http://projectbritain.com/symbols.html. Retrieved 2010-09-22. 
  17. ^ Garai, Jana (1973). The Book of Symbols. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 671-21773-9. 
  18. ^ Gallagher 2006, p. 19.

Bibliography

  • Boutell, Charles (1859). The Art Journal London. 5. Virtue. pp. 373–376. 
  • Briggs, Geoffrey (1971). Civic and Corporate Heraldry: A Dictionary of Impersonal Arms of England, Wales and N. Ireland. London: Heraldry Today. ISBN 0900455217. 
  • Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (2008) [1909]. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. READ. 
  • Gallagher, Michael (2006). The United Kingdom Today. London: Franklin Watts. ISBN 9780749664886. 
  • James, George Payne Rainsford (2009). The History of Chivalry. General Books LLC. 
  • Jamieson, Andrew Stewart (1998). Coats of Arms. Pitkin. ISBN 9-780853-728702. 
  • Keightley, Thomas (1834). The crusaders; or, Scenes, events, and characters, from the times of the crusades. 2 (3rd ed.). J. W. Parker. 
  • Thomson, D. Croal (2001). Fifty Years of Art, 1849-1899: Being Articles and Illustrations Selected from 'The Art Journal'. Adegi Graphics LLC. 
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Cрочно нужен перевод этого текста!The symbol of England is a red rose, and English people are crazy about gardening. A lot of families have pets. English

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football is famous, of course, but there is another national sport too, cricket. Scotland is very famous for its beautiful scenery and the lakes called lochs. An important symbol of Scotland is a special kind of material called tartan. Another symbol of Scotland is the thistle. Another symbol of Wales is a vegetable called the leek. People wear them on their coats on St. David’s Day, the Welsh national holiday. Welsh people are famous for their singing and their musical festivals. The most famous symbol of Ireland is shamrock. In Ireland you may see different shades and tones of green. The Irish are famous for their playing, singing and dancing. Everyone who was born in Britain is British. People from England are the English. They are Scottish or the Scots; the Welsh and the Irish. People from Scotland and Wales don’t like when they are called the English. Everyone in Britain speaks English. But in some parts of Scotland and Wales people speak different languages as well. The Welsh are especially proud of their language. Everyone in the UK speaks English but they all speak it differently.

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Символ Англии - красная роза, и Англичане любят садоводство. У многих семей есть животные. Английские футболисты известны, конечно, но есть и национальный вид спорта - крикет. Шотландия известна за свои красивые пейзажи и озерами.Важным символом Шотландии является специальный материал который называется тартан.Еще один символ Шотландии - чертополох. Еще один символ Уэльса семена овоща - лука-порея. Люди одевают пальто и его (лук-порей) на день Святого Давида. Это национальный праздник Валлии. Валлийские люди известны песнями и музыкальными фестивалями. Самый популярный символ Ирландии - трилистник. В Ирландии в мае можно увидеть много цветов и оттенков зеленого. Ирландцы известны за их игру, пение и танцы.Все, кто родился в Британии - британец.  Люди с Англии - англичане.Они шотландцы (потому что родились) в Шотландии. Валлийцы и Ирландцы. Люди из Шотландии и Уэльса не любят, когда их называют англичанами. Все Британцы говорят на английском. Но в некоторых частях Шотландии и Уэльса они говорят на других языках. Валлийцы гордятся своим языком. Каждый, кто живет в Великобритании, говорит на английском, но они говорят по разному.

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football is famous, of course, but there is another national sport too, cricket. Scotland is very famous for its beautiful scenery and the lakes called lochs. An important symbol of Scotland is a special kind of material called tartan. Another symbol of Scotland is the thistle. Another symbol of Wales is a vegetable called the leek. People wear them on their coats on St. David’s Day, the Welsh national holiday. Welsh people are famous for their singing and their musical festivals. The most famous symbol of Ireland is shamrock. In Ireland you may see different shades and tones of green. The Irish are famous for their playing, singing and dancing. Everyone who was born in Britain is British. People from England are the English. They are Scottish or the Scots; the Welsh and the Irish. People from Scotland and Wales don’t like when they are called the English. Everyone in Britain speaks English. But in some parts of Scotland and Wales people speak different languages as well. The Welsh are especially proud of their language. Everyone in the UK speaks English but they all speak it differently.

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Символ Англии - красная роза, и Англичане любят садоводство. У многих семей есть животные. Английские футболисты известны, конечно, но есть и национальный вид спорта - крикет. Шотландия известна за свои красивые пейзажи и озерами.Важным символом Шотландии является специальный материал который называется тартан.Еще один символ Шотландии - чертополох. Еще один символ Уэльса семена овоща - лука-порея. Люди одевают пальто и его (лук-порей) на день Святого Давида. Это национальный праздник Валлии. Валлийские люди известны песнями и музыкальными фестивалями. Самый популярный символ Ирландии - трилистник. В Ирландии в мае можно увидеть много цветов и оттенков зеленого. Ирландцы известны за их игру, пение и танцы.Все, кто родился в Британии - британец.  Люди с Англии - англичане.Они шотландцы (потому что родились) в Шотландии. Валлийцы и Ирландцы. Люди из Шотландии и Уэльса не любят, когда их называют англичанами. Все Британцы говорят на английском. Но в некоторых частях Шотландии и Уэльса они говорят на других языках. Валлийцы гордятся своим языком. Каждый, кто живет в Великобритании, говорит на английском, но они говорят по разному.

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Cрочно нужен перевод этого текста!The symbol of England is a red rose, and English people are crazy about gardening. A lot of families have pets. English

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football is famous, of course, but there is another national sport too, cricket. Scotland is very famous for its beautiful scenery and the lakes called lochs. An important symbol of Scotland is a special kind of material called tartan. Another symbol of Scotland is the thistle. Another symbol of Wales is a vegetable called the leek. People wear them on their coats on St. David’s Day, the Welsh national holiday. Welsh people are famous for their singing and their musical festivals. The most famous symbol of Ireland is shamrock. In Ireland you may see different shades and tones of green. The Irish are famous for their playing, singing and dancing. Everyone who was born in Britain is British. People from England are the English. They are Scottish or the Scots; the Welsh and the Irish. People from Scotland and Wales don’t like when they are called the English. Everyone in Britain speaks English. But in some parts of Scotland and Wales people speak different languages as well. The Welsh are especially proud of their language. Everyone in the UK speaks English but they all speak it differently.

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04 сент. 2013 г., 7:29:09 (5 лет назад)

Символ Англии - красная роза, и Англичане любят садоводство. У многих семей есть животные. Английские футболисты известны, конечно, но есть и национальный вид спорта - крикет. Шотландия известна за свои красивые пейзажи и озерами.Важным символом Шотландии является специальный материал который называется тартан.Еще один символ Шотландии - чертополох. Еще один символ Уэльса семена овоща - лука-порея. Люди одевают пальто и его (лук-порей) на день Святого Давида. Это национальный праздник Валлии. Валлийские люди известны песнями и музыкальными фестивалями. Самый популярный символ Ирландии - трилистник. В Ирландии в мае можно увидеть много цветов и оттенков зеленого. Ирландцы известны за их игру, пение и танцы.Все, кто родился в Британии - британец.  Люди с Англии - англичане.Они шотландцы (потому что родились) в Шотландии. Валлийцы и Ирландцы. Люди из Шотландии и Уэльса не любят, когда их называют англичанами. Все Британцы говорят на английском. Но в некоторых частях Шотландии и Уэльса они говорят на других языках. Валлийцы гордятся своим языком. Каждый, кто живет в Великобритании, говорит на английском, но они говорят по разному.

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