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   The Roman Sacred Cross is an unusual interwoven design dating from approximately 400 AD.  Before 325 AD the cross was rarely used as a symbol for Christianity, but during the reign of Emperor Constantine, it gradually became accepted and variations in designs appeared.

   The Roman Sacred Cross is comprised of equal interwoven arms with three components, symbolizing the Holy Trinity.    

Dimensions:  1  3/8" x 1  1/8"

Roman Sacred Cross