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- BYZANTINE IMPERIAL
- right, head left, holding wreath and globus cruciger. cf. SB.
- WORLD COINS
- benediction, annulet either side, rev hE(NRICI) (REX) (CYP)RI, crowned king standing holding long cross in right hand and globus cruciger in left (Schl pl.VI, 7) .
- ANCIENT COINS Ancient Greek
- globus cruciger, small rho-headed cross to left, CONOB in exergue, 4.
- Maxentius for Divus Romulus (after A.D. 309) Alexander of Carthage
- and globus cruciger; star to right, CON OB in exergue. 4.
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- One Piece at a Time: Dali's “The Madonna of Port Lligat”
- Is the ball floating in the baby Jesus' hand representative of a globus cruciger — the traditional symbol for Christ's dominion over the world — or the symbol of Venus, a marker of femininity that sharply contrasts the idea of patriarchal authority?
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- Globus cruciger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The globus cruciger (Latin, "cross-bearing orb") is an orb (lat. globus) topped (lat. gerere = to wear) with a cross (lat.
- globus cruciger - Wiktionary
- From Latin globus cruciger (“globe bearing a cross”).  Noun. globus cruciger (plural globus crucigers).
- Earth (Globus Cruciger, Cross Triumphant)
- monarchies. The globus cruciger is sometimes used as an astrological symbol for earth, and has seen occasional use as the alchemical symbol for antimony.
- Globus cruciger | Facebook
- Globus cruciger - Description: The globus cruciger (Latin, "cross-bearing orb") is an orb (lat. globus) topped (lat. gerere = to wear) with a cross (lat.
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