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Aa Through Az

Alisee Patee Cross
Alisee Patee: The "Alisee Patee" cross is also referred to as Cross Pattée, Cross Patty, and Cross Formy. The Alisee Cross is basically a Cross Pattée with convex and curved arms.
All Seeing Eye Cross
All Seeing Eye: The "All Seeing Eye" cross - is comprised of an eye and a cross, and can include a triangle and 12 rays. These rays represent the twelve disciples and are meant to represent rays of Glory.
anchor cross
Anchor Cross: The "Anchor" cross, Anchor Cross also known as the St. Clement's Cross, Sailor's and Mariner's Cross. This example represents the Holy Trinity or the three crosses on Calvary. The anchor cross is attributed to the patron saint of seamen: St. Nicholas of Myra.
Anchor fish Cross
Anchor Ship: The "Anchor" cross, Anchor Cross also known as the St. Clement's Cross, Sailor's and Mariner's Cross. The anchor cross is attributed to the patron saint of seamen: St. Nicholas of Myra.
Ankh Cross
Ankh: Ankh Cross - is also known as the Ansata Cross (a cross with handles) and the Egyptian Cross. The Ankh cross is a version of the Tau Cross and an Egyptian hieroglyph, the emblem of life. Sometimes the Ankh Cross is called "Key of the Nile."
Annuletty Cross
Annuletty: The annuletty cross has circular adornments on the end of the cross arms. The word "annulet" refers to the space space inside a small ring (like hole in a donut).
Ansated Cross
Ansated: The "Ansated" cross, also known as Ankh or Tau Cross signifies life, regeneration, and the descent of spirit and was the symbol of life in Ancient Egypt. The word "ansated" means "having handles" in Latin.
Armenian Cross
Armenian: Armenian Cross - also known as the Khachkar Cross or Siroun Cross. Armenia was declared a Christian country in 301 or 302 A.D. and is considered the first country to officially accept Christianity. Armenian crosses are adorned with vines and floral swirls. Armenia also has the first Snowflake Cross
Avellan Cross
Avellan: Avellan Cross - also called Cercelée, Recercelée and Sarcelly Cross. This cross has arms shaped like conventionalized filberts or hazelnut and the ends resemble ram horns.
Avellan Ram Cross
Avellan Ram: Avellan Cross - also called Cercelée, Recercelée and Sarcelly Cross. This cross has arms shaped like conventionalized filberts or hazelnut. The ends resemble ram horns.