National symbols of Pavlov

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This article lists the national symbols of the Empire of Pavlov.

Flags

Flag of Pavlov
See adjacent text.
Use National flag and ensign
Proportion 2:3
Adopted 8 July 2012
Design A horizontal bicolour of Pavlovian blue and White
Designed by HIM Emperor Alexander IV


Pavlov's flag is a horizontal bicolor of blue and white, symbolizing the eternal blue sky above and the virgin Pavlovian lands down. During 2014-2017 the design was claimed to come from the 14th century, with Pavlovian folkore telling that the flag was first seen in history during the Battle of the Kulikovo as it was carried by one of the bannermen of Prince Dmitry Ioannovich Donskoj of Moscow.

A Pavlovian flag is flown on two plots of Pavlovian territories, namely in Nov Asenovgrad (Slovakia) and in Aleksandropol (Netherlands). The Flag in Nov Asenovgrad has been removed by an unknown third party in 2015, but it was placed on the soil again in 2020. In the past an attempt was made to place a Pavlovian flag in the Hagia Irene church in Istanbul, but the flag was removed within minutes.

The Imperial Standard of Pavlov is heavily based on that of the Eastern Roman Empire. It contains a red field with a golden St. George cross (the claimed Labarum of Emperor Constantine the Great) and four times the Latin letter "C" transliteration to the Cyrillic "Ц" standing for the Pavlovian Imperial motto "Царь Царів Царствующий над Царями" (King of Kings, reigning over those who rule).

Coat of arms

Lesser Coat of Arms of the Empire of Pavlov
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Details
ArmigerThe Faithful Pavlovian Emperor
Adopted12 June 2020
EscutcheonQuaterly: 1st Azure, a Archangel Michael proper with a Flaming Sword, 2nd Ermine Two Sables supporting an Eastern crown Or and a Bow and two Arrows Gules, 3th Or a Zilant Sable, 4th Argent a Throne Or cushioned Gules with two scepters and candles Or supported by two Bears Sable in base Azure two Fish Argent, enté en pointe Gules 4 letters Beta on a St. Georges cross Or, in center an Escutcheon Gules a Double-headed eagle Or
SupportersDouble headed Eagle

Pavlov's coat of arms features the imperial double-headed eagle (facing west - Rome and east - Constantinople) carrying in the escutcheon the arms of Kyiv, Sibir, Novgorod the Great, Qazan and the Tetragrammic cross. In chief it contains the Imperial eagle. The eagle carrying in its paws a discus cruciger, a labarum and a scepter. A so-called "Greater" coat of arms also exists, having the ordinary coat of arms on top of a "flat earth" with 4 columns symbolizing the end of the earth, and the disc leaning on top of 4 elephants.

The lesser Coat of Arms is blazoned as follows:

Quarterly 1st Azure, a Archangel Michael proper with a Flaming Sword, 2nd Ermine Two Sables supporting an Eastern crown Or and a Bow and two Arrows Gules, 3th Or a Zilant Sable, 4th Argent a Throne Or cushioned Gules with two scepters and candles Or supported by two Bears Sable in base Azure two Fish Argent, enté en pointe Gules 4 letters Beta on a St. Georges cross Or, in center an Escutcheon Gules a Double-headed eagle Or, Supported by the Imperial Eagle

The greater Coat of Arms is blazoned as follows:

Quarterly 1st Azure, a Archangel Michael proper with a Flaming Sword, 2nd Ermine Two Sables supporting an Eastern crown Or and a Bow and two Arrows Gules, 3th Or a Zilant Sable, 4th Argent a Throne Or cushioned Gules with two scepters and candles Or supported by two Bears Sable in base Azure two Fish Argent, enté en pointe Gules 4 letters Beta on a St. Georges cross Or, in center an Escutcheon Gules a Double-headed eagle Or, Supported by the Imperial Eagle Crowned by the Crown of Monomakh resting above an Earth Flat upon which 4 columns are placed, supported by four elephants Argent, a scroll Purper carrying the letters P E I O U P in Or

National anthem

The Empire of Pavlov has a national anthem, composed for the Empire by Russian citizen Stephan Ignatiev, it has been the national anthem of Pavlov since 2016. The Imperial Anthem of Pavlov is the Багатоліття(Many years) sung traditionally for the Eastern Roman Emperor. It is sung in Church Slavonic during the liturgy.

Grant long life, O Lord God,
to our most pious Emperor Aleksandr.
O Lord, preserve him,
unto many years. (three times)

Sub-national coat of arms

Praetorian Prefectures/Zemlji

Themes

Banda/Uyezds

Cities, Towns and Manors

References