Crux immissa

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Crux immissa

Crux immissa or Latin cross is a type of the cross in which the vertical beam sticks above the crossbeam, as the main representation of the cross by which Jesus Christ was crucified. It is the primary symbol within the coat-of-arms of the Maltese family name Mizzi.

Other types of crosses:

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