Northtown Office Building, Banner Bank. Spokane, Washington, Night inside Banner Bank Spokane
A banner can be considered a flag or other little bit of cloth bearing symbolic, emblem, slogan or other concept. A flag whose design is equivalent to the shield in a jacket of biceps and triceps (but usually in a square or rectangular form) is named a banner of biceps and triceps. Also, a pub form little bit of non-cloth advertising materials sports a name, slogan, or other marketing note.
Banner-making can be an ancient craft. Chapel banners commonly portray the saint to whom the cathedral is dedicated.
The term derives from French expression “banni?re” and overdue Latin bandum, a towel out which a flag is manufactured (Latin: banderia, Italian: bandiera, Portuguese: bandeira, Spanish: bandera). The German terminology developed the term to mean the official edict or proclamation and since such written purchases often prohibited some type of individual activity, bandum assumed this is of an ban, control, interdict or excommunication. Banns gets the same origin signifying the official proclamation, and give up methods to change commitment or disobey requests, semantically “to leave the fabric or flag”.