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Here's a collection of just about all the hundreds of cross images featured on this website. Some are not really 'crosses', but may be confused as such and therefore we've added them to this page. Most have more than one name and meaning.

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crucifix Latin or Protestant Passion or Suffering Passion or Suffering. Heraldry: Urdy or Aiguise Passion or Suffering. Heraldry: Urdy or Aiguise Nails or Carpenter's Crux Simplex or Stipe Calvary, Graded, Stepped or Altar Achilleus Stepped Patriarchal Cross with a crown Cross with a crown St. Gilbert's or Portate Crossbones Skull and Crossbones heraldic cross also used in a Christian context Plus or minus, Give or take Fleur-de-lis; both a gentle lily and a barbed spear Pheon Representing writings of Apostles Biker's Coptic Patonce Trident Fleurie. See also Fleur-de-lis and Lily Cross of St. James Cross of St. James Joan of Arc Cross Cross of Sacrifice Pickaxe Unknown symbol Capital Cross Pattee. French 'pattee' - splayed arm ends Armenian, Khachkar or Siroun. Ancient pagan Windmill Tree of Life Fitched Crosslet with a sword blade Thomas Becket's Patriarchal or Archiepiscopal Voided Lorena Respiratory diseases Nancy Thistle Cross Nancy Thistle Cross Lorraine, de Gaulle or Gaullist Lorraine, de Gaulle or Gaullist Patriarchal Unknown symbol Papal or Maronite Early Papal Eastern, Orthodox, Russian, Slavic, Ukraine, Byzantine An optical illusion of a three-dimensional cross St. Nicholas's or St. Olga's, and Santa Claus! St. Nicholas's or St. Olga's, and Santa Claus! Coptic Coptic Ethiopian Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Bottony Budded, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Salem Cross Crosslet (Masonic) Salem Cross Crosslet Portate (Masonic) Triple Cross Cross Crosslet Crossed Maronite Paternoster Xross Obelisk typographical mark Diesis typographical mark Papal (Benedict) Processional cross to lead the faithful Blessing or Hand-held 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 Flaming Engrailed Indented Potent Crossed Crenel or Embattled Dovetail Cross Raguly, a variation of the Crenel St. Vincent Cross St. Julian's. Serial killer turned saint. How? Cross Crosslet, often confused with Jerusalem Cross Cantonee, a variation of the Jerusalem Cross Jerusalem or Crusader's. A fighting cross Equipollee squares Quadrate or Square St. Chad's Teutonic Knights, Marian or Potent Quadrate Annulet Lunate, Crescent, Croissant or Moon Pommee or Bezant, with an apple on each arm Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Budded, Apostles, Treflee, Trefoil, Bottony Rabbula Avellan Croix Ancrée or Fork Boyar Cross of the Knights Templar of Calatrava Passion cross with 4 Serbian C's Maori Koru Cross 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 Anchor Celtic, St. Peter's or Halo Sun, Wheel, Odin's or Woden's Zodiac Dome floor layout Logo of the Scandanavian pilgrims's organisation Consecration Canterbury St. Cuthbert's Flanch Rowan (pagan) cross St. Brighid, Brigid, Bridget, Bride or Straw Triparted Zia Chakana Four Rivers of Paradise Compostelan made from scallop seahells Palm, used a few days before Easter Pine Tree Cross, seen around Easter Peronnee, a heraldic form of Calvary Cross Military British Police and Fire Service Cross Florian Glory Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross Balkenkreuz Bundeswehr Rockabilly hot-rodding. Cica 1970 St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross Notched pattee V-shaped Notched pattee Rounded Notched pattee Squared Notched pattee Dovetailed St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Regeneration, Iron, Pattee Cross St. John's, Maltese, Pattee or Fishtail Amalfi St John Ambulance logo Do you recognize this cross? Lazarus's, a Vert St. John's Cross of Avis with Fleur-de-lis Lucky Four-Leaf Clover boomerang Do you recognize this curved cross? Maori Koru Cross Buddhist-Christian Dialogue symbol Tomoe Buddhist meditation symbol Lauburu, also known as the Basque Cross Heraldic Gurgity Nkontim symbol (not a cross) Alternative Raelian symbol Raelian symbol tursaansydan 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's 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 Mordovian symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Auseklis symbol Swords Swords Fretted St. Andrew's, often used for non-Christian purposes Katanga Cross, Congo Odal Burgundy, a variation of St. Andrew's St. Patrick's, a saltire used as Ireland's emblem Portugese Knights Templar - Order of Christ Serbian, used on several regional coats of arms Emblem of the Red Cross Organisation Omaha Orange Black Death Orange Cross - with significant political overtones Yellow or Golden; a macabre cross St. David's Green Cross, representing First Aid and Safety Green Cross, representing First Aid and Safety Green Cross, representing First Aid and Safety Lazarus's, similar to  Hospitallers' Green Cross Blue Cross and the blue hair-rinse brigade Purple for royalty, spirituality and animals Humetty, a cross with shortened arms Greek, St. George's and (King) George's Horizontal or Sideways Cross Balkenkreuz Gamma, often confused with the Voided Thugsta Open-ended Voided Voided or White Coticed Inlay Mosaic; a useful teaching aid Chequy (Echequetee) Compony (Gobony) Rainbow Mosaic; a colourful teaching aid Rope; a colourful teaching aid Crescent - an interfaith symbol Crescent and Cross Lucky Horseshoe Star Star Theosophical Society Scientology Coptic Acadian All-Seeing Eye, or Cross of Providence Ankh, Egyptian or Ansata - pagan cross adopted by Christians Ankh, Egyptian or Ansata - pagan cross adopted by Christians Coptic Muslim Tuareg Cross Gyronny Gyronny Ladder St. Catherine's cross A Pictish cross on the island of Papa Stronsay Annulet Marian cross devoted to the Virgin Mary Neptune's trident Psi (uppercase) Psi (lowercase) Lucky Horseshoe Double Crescent Omega (captial) Omega (captial) Omega (captial) Omega (captial) Omega (captial) Omega (captial) omega (small) omega (small) omega (small) omega (small) omega (small) omega (small) Rainbow, representing the light after the storm of living in this world Military? Military? Fisherman's
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Iron Cross from the German Duchy of Brunswick Voided Celtic? Voided Celtic Dharma and cross Celtic, Ionic, Irish, St. John's or Halo Cross with a crown of thorns Wreath with Pagan roots Kabbalah or Theosophy Catholic War Veterans Celtic Yin-Yang Midsommarstang Cross, a Swedish maypole Gonfalone Liberation Cross Anchor, Mariner's or St. Clement's Anchory Cross, as used in Vinnitsa coat of arms Camargue Anchor Anchor, Mariner's or St. Clement's Do you recognise this cross? Osmosis from Paganism to Christianity Thor's Hammer, often misnamed as Thor's Cross St. Peter's or Satan's Cross Broken or Neronic, or Stipe Pope's, Bent, or Bendy Wavy Unknown symbol Forked, Robber's, Y-shaped, Ypsilon, Fourche or Furca Trident St. Francis of Assisi cross Tau or St. Anthony's Franciscan symbol Lily, Easter or Funeral Cross with lilies Resurrection Cross Unknown symbol Rose of Sharon Jesus said: 'I am the True Vine' Sceptre and Cross, part of the Arms of Christ Soldier's Triumphant and Orb. Also called Globus Cruciger Emblem of Vracar, Serbia Finnish War Veterans Burning or Fiery Cross; hallmark of the Ku Klux Klan Exorcism Stanhope or 'Peephole' Prince of Peace Do you recognize this? Widow's Mite, featuring an old coin Chakra cross, seen most commonly as jewellery Long Tan Nowy Birth Stone, Rhinestone or Zodiac Natal Cross, celebrating the birth and death of Jesus Announcing the Second Coming Etoile, for our new creation Natal or Glory, helping us focus on the true meaning Rising Sun Votive Candle, used at Easter and Christmas Lebanese Forces' Cross - now little used Old Glory; for proud, patriotic Christians Crossed Flags; for proud, patriotic Christians Anchor Rope, Cord or Cable Rope Rope Poppy; a symbol of rememberance used by the Royal British Legion Rosy; a symbol used by the Rosicrucians AIDS Awareness Campaign Deacon's red sash Divine Mercy Robed Shrouded, Empty or Resurrection Rainbow Cock, of the Arms of Christ Tribal Winged, a common tattoo design Guardian Angel Baby, Christening, Cradle or Infant Dove with Olive Branch, associated with peace Dove logo for Japanese hospital Dove with Olive Branch, associated with peace Eagle shown on the Marine Corps veterans' cross Huguenot, with descending dove (Holy Spirit) Lamb, Angus Dei Totem pole Serpent or Snake, for medicine and Salvation Gringole, representing salvation from sin Dolphin or Brendan, with dolphins or whales Jewelled, Crux Gemmata, Diamond Unknown symbol Ukrainian Tryzub (Trident) Koru Cross Braided Cross Everlasting Love, twisted as an infinity symbol Brimstone Macedonian St. Hans's, St. John the Baptist King Solomon's Knot, a symbol of wisdom and strength. Also known as the Lover's Knot. King Solomon's Knot, a symbol of wisdom and strength. Also known as the Lover's Knot. Icthys, Jesus Fish, or Everlasting Cross Carolingian Triquetra Trinity Trinity Sulfur Triangle Claddagh; very Irish Augustinian Sacred Heart of Jesus Sacred Heart of Jesus Sacred Heart of Jesus St. Valentine Wedding, Marriage or Cana Wedding, Marriage or Cana The sponge offered to Jesus on the cross Loaves and fishes First Communion or Eucharist Prayer INRI, Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews Alpha and Omega; the beginning and the end Alpha and Omega; the beginning and the end Pax or Peace IHS Marian Ichthys or Jesus Fish Cross of Grace, Mercy or Forgiveness DUX LUX REX LEX St. Benedict Phos Zoe, the Light and Life of Christ Phos Zoe, the Light and Life of Christ Tsar Slavy ICXC or Conqueror's Evangelists' (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) Caravaca Inhabited, also attributed to various saints Arms of Christ, adorned with Christ's armory Ladder Spear Dice Pincers Hammer Anvil Pincers Star of Life emblem for the emergency medical services Iota-Chi A monogram of Jesus Christ Asterisk Asterisk Asterisk
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Chi Rho Cross, warrior's Chi Rho, warrior's Chi Rho Cross with Alpha Omega Wedding, Marriage or Cana Chi Rho, warrior's Chi Rho Cross with Alpha Omega Shepherd's Selection of crosses on flags Selection of crosses on church emblems Next page