Temple: examples of this device occur rarely, e.g. in the See of ABERDEEN, where the church is blazoned as a temple(see under Bishop). The antique temple occurs, but as steeples are named, it is probable the charge is meant for an ancient church.
Argent, on a mount in base vert an antique temple of three stories, each embattled; from the second battlement two steeples, and from the top, one, each ending in a cross sable--TEMPLAR, [granted 1765].
Quarterly azure and gules, the perspective of an antique temple argent, on the pinnacle and exterior battlements a cross or; in the first quarter an eagle displayed; in the second a stag trippant regardant of the last--TEMPLER, co. Devon.
Azure, a temple or--TEMPLE, Scotland.