County Louth Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms for County Louth.

The crest features a sword as symbol of administration. This stands between two ears of barley, because of the importance of agriculture to the County. The motto is LUGH SÁIMH-IOLDÁNACH #45; meaning Lugh, Master of all Arts. Louth takes its name from the God Lugh.

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