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The origins of the head of Moor as the Corsican flag. The highly controversial legend of this emblem tells that Jaime d'Aragon chose him after a Corsican of his entourage presented him on a white sheet with the severed head of one of the Moorish slaves guilty of conspiracy. Another hypothesis according to which King Theodore of Neuhof paid tribute to his faithful Moored servant who saved him from a criminal plot hatched against his person, illustrates the birth of the Corsican flag, "A Bandera ". Source DESJOBERT
Marc M. Published The 20/06/2019 Following an order made on 13/06/2019