An Armenian cross is a symbol that combines a cross with a floral postament or elements. In the Armenian Christianity it was combined with the Christian cross and this design was often used for high crosses (khachkar) – a free-standing cross made of stone and often richly decorated.
The Holy Savior khachkar in Haghpat (1273)
An Amenaprkich khachkhar in Etchmiadzin
A khachkar in Sanahin
Modern khachkar (1999), St. James Armenian Church in Watertown, MA, USA
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