1 edition of Crusaders Cross found in the catalog.
|Statement||Simon & Schuster|
|Publishers||Simon & Schuster|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Its first documented use was as the ensign of thewhereafter it was used successively by the.
Jerusalem cross based on a cross potent as commonly realised in early modern heraldry The Jerusalem cross also known as "five-fold Cross", or "cross-and-crosslets" is a and consisting of a large surrounded by four smallerone in each quadrant. Some crosses, such as the Latin cross, are simple in design, while others, including the Celtic and Jerusalem crosses are more elaborate.
any of several types of medal given for bravery etc. Thus the cross also represents many Easter themes, including redemption and salvation. The lamb is Crusaders Cross of the martyred Christ and also referenced in the Bible through the words of John the Baptist after he has baptized Jesus, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the Crusaders Cross of the world. In most renditions, the horizontal bars are "graded" with the upper bar being the shorter, though variations with the bars of equal length are also seen.
Image Name Description Greek cross With arms of equal length.
Not to be confused with the Cross of nor the Maltese cross.
The "cross-and-crosslets" or minted under during 1158—1180 have the "Jerusalem cross" on the obverse, with the four crosslets depicted as.
The shape is that of the cross on which is said to have been martyred.
This symbol first appears on coinage from the time of Byzantine Emperor r.