Difference between revisions of "Cross moline"

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In [[heraldry]], a '''cross moline''' is a [[cross]] whose arms peal off into two curls at the end. It is one of the oldest heraldic variations of the cross.
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In [[heraldry]], a '''cross moline''' is a [[cross]] whose arms peel off into two curls at the end. It is one of the oldest heraldic variations of the cross.
   
 
[[Category:Device heraldry]]
 
[[Category:Device heraldry]]

Latest revision as of 22:22, 31 May 2007

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In heraldry, a cross moline is a cross whose arms peel off into two curls at the end. It is one of the oldest heraldic variations of the cross.