Definition of mural crown
1 : an open crown of gold having the upper rim indented to resemble a battlement bestowed among the ancient Romans on one that first mounted the wall of a besieged place and lodged a standard there
2 or mural coronet : a representation of an embattled open crown in heraldry
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Origin and Etymology of mural crown
translation of Latin corona muralis
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