. The simple fact that the lion appeared on his personal seal since 1163, when he had not yet set one step in the Levant, disproves it. In reality Philip was following a West-European trend. In the same period lions also appeared in the arms of Brabant (Duchy of Brabant), Luxembourg (County, Duchy and Grand Duchy of Luxembourg), Holland (County of Holland), Limburg (Duchy of Limburg) and other territories. It is curious that the lion as a heraldic symbol was mostly used in border territories and neighbouring countries of the Holy Roman Empire. It was in all likelihood a way of showing independence from the emperor, who used an eagle (Reichsadler) in his personal arms. In Europe the lion had been a well known figure since Roman times, through works such as the fables of Aesop. After the Battle of Worringen in 1288, the dukes of Brabant also acquired the Duchy of Limburg and the lands of Overmaas (trans-Meuse (Meuse (river))). In 1354 the Joyous Entry (Joyous Entry of 1356), or charter of liberty was granted to the citizens of Brabant by John III (John III, Duke of Brabant).
extra for the simple fact that there are few to no alternatives. * '''Exclusive Supermarket''' 1202 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II. A cafe coffeeshop at the back of the supermarket sells good salads, a few Lebanese dishes, icecream, coffee and standard pizza and grilled food. Cheap (Nicoise Salad takeout for N1000). Mid-range * '''Love Pizza''' Freshly baked Italian pizza made with the finest ingredients. Pizza, wings, salads. Eat in, take out & delivery; +2348054447945. 2 Bouar close, Bangui street, off Ademola Adetokuno Crescent, Wuse 2. (beside Jevenik) * '''Schwarma Shop''', adjacent to Amigos Supermarket, Wuse II. 700 Naira for Schwarmas and they offer pizzas for somewhere from 1500 Naira. * '''Southern Fried Chicken'''. A local knockoff of KFC, but ask them to go easy on the mayo. * '''Mr. Biggs'''. All over. Burgers. * '''Schwarma Shop''', adjacent to 212 Supermarket, Usuma St., Maitama. These Schwarmas have cabbage on them. About same price as the one by Amigos * '''City View''', Cape Town Street, Off IBB Way, Wuse Zone 4. Perhaps the best Lebanese food in Abuja, excellent prices, they also host large groups, indoor or outdoor sitting. * '''Ceddi Plaza''' has a fast food Chicken restaurant on Second Floor - and Ice Cream * '''Drumstix''', Aminu Kano Crescent. Fast food, Nigerian dishes, Grill, Shawarma and Ice cream. * '''Tantalizers''' Burgers. All over. * '''Cafe at Grand Square''', Mohammadu Buhari Way. * '''Cafe at Dunes''', Aguiyi Ironsi Street, one on the main floor and one upstairs. Yeah! * '''MrPickup.biz''', Delivery service. Picks up your orders and brings to you for a small fee! +234 (0) 702 828 6771. * '''Spice Food''' In front of Sahad Store, across from Bolton White Hotels, Ahmadu Bellu Road. 07031111005, 08034500653. Delicious Indian food and snacks at very reasonable prices. Main course N1000-N1500, snacks N300-N600. Su-F buffet 12PM-3PM N2000. Dinner 6PM-10PM Splurge * '''Ciao''', Jitau Plaza, Plot 1173, Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, After AP plaza, Wuse II. A good Italian restaurant with the usual Italian dishes. Expect to pay around 2000 Naira for a dinner with wine. Good Pizzas, but AJ's have more to them. * '''AJ's Pizza''', adjacent to the Park and Shop in Wuse II, Aminu Kano Crescent, call your order in before you get there 0803 314 0469 or 0804 410 4567, if your order 5 pizzas, ask for free juice. *
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