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Other Crosses

Many crosses fall into the category of colours, letters, flags, plants/animals or having other adornments. This page shows crosses that don't fall neatly into any of those categories.

For a complete list, see All Crosses (images) or Alphabetical index (names only).

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Latin or Protestant Passion or Suffering Passion or Suffering. Heraldry: Urdy or Aiguise Passion or Suffering. Heraldry: Urdy or Aiguise Nails or Carpenter Cross Crux Simplex or Stipe Calvary, Graded, Stepped or Altar Achilleus Stepped Patriarchal heraldic cross also used in a Christian context Plus or minus, Give or take Pheon Representing writings of Apostles Coptic Trident Cross of St. James Cross of Sacrifice Pickaxe Unknown symbol Capital Cross Pattee. Splayed arm ends Windmill Armenian, Khachkar or Siroun. Ancient pagan. Fitched Crosslet with a sword blade Crosslet Thomas Becket Patriarchal or Archiepiscopal Voided Lorena Respiratory diseases Lorraine, de Gaulle or Gaullist Lorraine, de Gaulle or Gaullist Patriarchal Unknown symbol Papal or Maronite Early Papal Eastern, Orthodox, Russian, Slavic, Ukraine, Byzantine St. Nicholas or St. Olga Coptic Coptic Ethiopian Salem Cross Crosslet (Masonic) Salem Cross Crosslet Portate (Masonic) Cross Crosslet Crossed Paternoster Xross Papal (Benedict) High Processional cross to lead the faithful Toulouse, from the Roman Catholic inquisition Snowflake; delicate and beautiful Exploding Cross; it will blow you to kingdom come Double Vajra, a symbolic weapon of dharmic religions Reconciliation, Penance, Confession Keys of Heaven Pheon Barbee Barbee Unknown symbol Brunswick Star, based on the Glory Cross Engrailed Indented Potent Crossed Crenel or Embattled Dovetail Cross Raguly, a variation of the Crenel Jerusalem or Crusader Cross. A fighting cross Cantonee, a variation of the Jerusalem Cross Cross Crosslet, often confused with Jerusalem Cross St. Julian. Serial killer turned saint. How? Equipollee squares Quadrate or Square St. Chad Teutonic Knights, Marian or Potent Quadrate Annulet cross Lunate, Crescent, Croissant or Moon Croix Ancrée or Fork Boyar Passion cross with 4 Serbian Cs Amalfi Fourche or Fork Baptismal, for Egyptians, Catholics & Neo-Gnostics Baptismal, for Egyptians, Catholics & Neo-Gnostics Occultist symbol Taranis Wheel, often misnamed as a Solar Cross Celtic, St. Peter or Halo Sun, Wheel, Odin or Woden Dome floor layout Logo of the Scandanavian pilgrims organisation Consecration Canterbury St. Cuthbert Triparted Zia Chakana Four Rivers of Paradise Perronnee, a heraldic form of Calvary Cross British Police and Fire Service Cross Florian Glory Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross Balkenkreuz Bundeswehr Rockabilly hot-rodding. Cica 1970 St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross Notched pattee V-shaped Notched pattee Rounded Notched pattee Squared Notched pattee Dovetailed St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John, Maltese, Pattee or Fishtail Amalfi St John Ambulance logo Do you recognize this cross? Lazarus, a Vert St. John Cross of Avis with Fleur-de-lis boomerang Do you recognize this curved cross? Tomoe Buddhist meditation symbol Lauburu, also known as the Basque Cross Gurgity Nkontim symbol (not a cross) Nestorian Alternative Raelian symbol Raelian symbol Swastika, Gamma, German, Nazi, Fylfot, Tetraskelion Suavastika, Buddhist, Fylfot or Tetraskelion Single-sided Barbee; with four fish-hooks Triskele symbol of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging Barbee or Barby. Also fascist Arrow Cross Mystery cross. What does it mean? Hand direction for making Sign of the Cross Shuriken, or Throwing Ninja Star Fusils or Lozengy; spindles charged with yarn Fusils or Lozengy; 5 wounds suffered by Jesus Mascle Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Swords Swords Fretted St. Andrew, often used for other than Christian purposes Odal Burgundy, a variation of St. Andrew St. Patrick, a saltire used as Ireland emblem Portugese Knights Templar - Order of Christ Serbian, used on several regional coats of arms Emblem of the Red Cross Organisation Omaha Orange Green Cross, representing First Aid and Safety Humetty, a cross with shortened arms Horizontal or Sideways Cross Balkenkreuz Thugsta Coticed Inlay Mosaic Chequy (Echequetee) Compony (Gobony) Star Star Theosophical Society Scientology Coptic Acadian Ankh, Egyptian or Ansata - pagan cross adopted by Christians Ankh, Egyptian or Ansata - pagan cross adopted by Christians Coptic Muslim Tuareg Cross The Order of Preachers (Dominicans) The Order of Preachers (Dominicans) Ladder St. Catherine cross Annulet Neptune trident Lucky Horseshoe Double Crescent
Iron Cross from the German Duchy of Brunswick Voided Celtic? Voided Celtic Dharma and cross Celtic, Ionic, Irish, St. John or Halo Raith Gras Wakefield Celtic Gonfalone Liberation Cross Anchor, Mariner or St. Clement Anchory Cross, as used in Vinnitsa coat of arms Anchor, Mariner or St. Clement Do you recognise this cross? Osmosis from Paganism to Christianity Thor Hammer, often misnamed as Thor Cross St. Peter or Satan Cross. Broken or Neronic, or Stipe. Pope, Bent, or Bendy Wavy Unknown symbol Forked, Robber, Y-shaped, Ypsilon, Fourche or Furca Trident Tau or St. Anthony Soldier Triumphant and Orb. Also called Globus Cruciger Emblem of Vracar, Serbia Finnish War Veterans Exorcism Stanhope or Peephole Lebanese Forces Cross - now little used Ukrainian Tryzub (Trident) Braided Cross Everlasting Love, twisted as an infinity symbol Macedonian St. Hans, St. John the Baptist King Solomon Knot, a symbol of wisdom and strength. Also known as the Lover Knot. Carolingian Triquetra Trinity Midsommarstang Cross, a Swedish maypole Roofed Trinity Triangle Triangle Triangle Triangle Triangle Triangle Dice Asterisk Asterisk Asterisk Shepherd St. Gilbert or Portate cross inadvertently formed by some umbrellas A so-called Butter or Market, often in ruins Seiyaku voided cross Seiyaku mathematically impossible cross Seiyaku apparent 3D cross Selection of crosses on flags Selection of crosses on churches

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