The Saracen's Head (grade II*)
The significance of the name "Saracen's Head"
This is a common pub name in England. "Saracen", in this context, means a Muslim at the time of the Crusades. (The word predates the origin of Islam, and hence the Crusades). A Saracen's Head appears as a heraldic device in the coats of arms of some families that fought in the Crusades, and it has transferred from there to pub names. See more at the following, which shows the two sides of the pub sign at the King's Norton Saracen's Head: