Who is Elizabeth Regina?

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll is Elizabeth Regina. More Information In heraldry - the art and science of noble families - Latin is used, probably to make it more impenetrable to "ordinary" people. Regina is Latin for "Queen."

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