The Great Seal of Arizona
Arizona’s great seal is ringed by the words “Great Seal of the State of Arizona” on the top, and “1912”, the year of Arizona’s statehood, on the bottom. The motto Ditat Deus, “God Enriches”, lies in the center of the seal. Under the motto is a scene that portrays Arizona’s landscape, climate, and industry. A miner stands in the hills with his pick axe and shovel. In the distance, a brilliant sun rises over the hills. And below, a fertile irrigated field springs to life.
Article 22, Section 20, Design of the State Seal from the Arizona State Consitution.
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