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  • EchoEcho Moderator mod
    edited March 2010
    To be a bit nitpicky, that's just called the Christian cross. A crucifix is a Christian cross with Jesus (or a symbol of him) fixed to it - "cruci fixus" means "fixed to a cross".

    The cross with all arms of equal length is actually the original symbol of Christianity, and still the current symbol of Orthodox Christianity. (Wikipedia tells me it's called a Greek cross.)

    Why yes, I do like cruciforms.

    edit: and checking wikipedia again, the Christian cross is a Latin cross.

    Echo on
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