Pelican from Notre Dame in Paris



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Pelican from Notre Dame in Paris

This Pelican is from a vintage postcard of a carved stone "gargoyle" which decorates Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.

The symbol of a pelican in its piety represents self-sacrifice, because the pelican is feeding its babies with its own blood.

In the Society for Creative Anachronism, an educational group which studies the middle ages, the Order of the Pelican is bestowed for exemplary service to the organization. (For more info, see www.sca.org )

A fun design for Pelicans, fans of pelicans, or lovers of Louisiana, brought to you by Kellswood Design and Krafts!



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