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The flame-colored abbey gonfalon on its gold lance flouted the German emperor when Bouvines great victory was won in 1214.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
He registered a vow to set a watch on this solicitous cousin who offered so readily to bear his gonfalon.Love-at-Arms|Raphael Sabatini
The galley was driven ashore and the old fellow leapt on to the beach, the gonfalon being borne before him.
The Doge himself, seventy-two years and all, reared his gonfalon of gold in the Piazza and decided to lead the armament.
Gonfalon, gon′fa-lon, n. an ensign or standard with streamers—also Gon′fanon.