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National Flag and Coat-of-Arms

The National Flag and Coat-of-Arms are both national symbols of the Republic of Dawetid. In the borders of the Republic, any individual may use both the National Flag and Coat-of-Arms, as long as they are used in a respectful manner.

National Flag
  1. Prepare a piece of rectangular cloth of solid red colour with dimension ratio 2:3. Lay out the cloth horizontally, so that the long edges are at the top and bottom.

  2. Label the corners A, B, C and D such that AB and CD form the two long edges, and AC and BD form the two short edges.

  3. Bisect the edge AB at E, AC at F, CD at G and BD at H.

  4. Join FH and EG. Let I be the intersection of these two lines, and hence, the midpoint of the rectangle.

  5. The rectangular section FCGI shall be coloured blue.

  6. Bisect FI at J, CG at K, GI at L and CF at M. Let N be the intersection point of JK and LM.

  7. Bisect LN at O.

  8. Draw a circle with centre N and radius NO.

  9. Let P be the intersection point of circle N and line segment NM, Q the intersection of circle N and KN, and R the intersection of circle N and NJ.

  10. Join the line segments OQ, PQ, PR and OR. The square formed shall be coloured white.

  11. Bisect the angle QNO, PNJ, PNQ and ONJ respectively. Let S, T, U and V be the intersection points of these angle bisectors and circle N.

  12. Join the lines TU, TV, VS and SU. The square formed shall be coloured white.

  13. All other construction lines any line bisectors, angle bisectors, circle N are imaginary and will not be shown on the final flag.


Coat-of-Arms
  1. Draw a circle of desired size with centre O this shall be coloured blue.

  2. Draw a line through O and parallel to the bottom edge of the surface. Let A and B be the intersection points of the line and the circle.

  3. Draw a line through O and perpendicular to AB. Let C and D be the intersection points of the line and the circle.

  4. Bisect OA at E and draw a circle with centre O and radius OE. Denote this smaller circle as O′.

  5. Let F, G and H be the intersection points between O′ and the line segments OC, OB and OD respectively.

  6. Join the line segments EF, FG, EH and HG. The square formed shall be coloured white.

  7. Bisect angles FOG, EOF, EOH and GOH. Let I, J, K and L be the intersection points formed between the angle bisectors and O′.

  8. Join the line segments IJ, JK, KL and LI. The square formed shall be coloured white.

  9. All other construction lines any line bisectors, angle bisectors, circle O′ are imaginary and will not be shown on the final coat-of-arms.


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