Monarchy, power, loyalty, honor, and grandeur are all represented by this symbol.
The crown has traditionally been associated with royalty. The king or queen of a monarchy wears a crown to signify authority, power, dignity, and glory. Since the time of the Roman Empire, crowns have served as emblems. Monarchies use them as a potent symbol to show their subjects who their divine king is. Throughout history, there have been many various styles of crowns, but the meaning has stayed the same. The monarchy is still the head of state in the United Kingdom today, but it has a smaller role in governance. Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Monaco, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Malta, and other monarchs still exist in the modern world. Constitutional monarchies exist in several of these countries.