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The three pins are used to pierce three of the five crosses on the Pallium. The crosses are symbolic of Christ's five wounds and the three pins are representative of the three nails used to crucify Christ.

The three pins are used to pierce three of the five crosses on the Pallium. The crosses are symbolic of Christ's five wounds and the three pins are representative of the three nails used to crucify Christ.

Crosseron / Head of a crozier | Crucifixion (au dos : Vierge à l'enfant entre deux anges ) | Ile-de-France, vers 1300 | Ivoire | Paris, musée de Cluny

Crosseron / Head of a crozier | Crucifixion (au dos : Vierge à l'enfant entre deux anges ) | Ile-de-France, vers 1300 | Ivoire | Paris, musée de Cluny

Chalice with filigree enamel Hungary, 1462 Metropolitan Museum of Art, dracul left a golden chalice in the centre of every village out in the open as a symbol of his power over life and death. not one was ever taken but many were drank out of by villagers

Medieval Hungary: Hungarian goldsmith objects enter the Metropolitan Museum

Ivory pastoral staff head depicting the Virgin and Child between two Angels and the Crucifixion - Paris, France c1350 (Victoria & Albert Museum)

Virgin and Child and Crucifixion Object: Pastoral staff head Materials: Elephant Ivory Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: ca.

Crosseron / Head of a crozier | Vierge à l'enfant entre deux anges (au dos : crucifixion) | Ile-de-France, vers 1300 | Ivoire | Paris, musée de Cluny

Crosseron / Head of a crozier | Vierge à l'enfant entre deux anges (au dos : crucifixion) | Ile-de-France, vers 1300 | Ivoire | Paris, musée de Cluny

Chasuble, front French Design: Joannès Coquillat Production: J.A. Henry, Lyon Date: 1897 (design)

Chasuble, front French Design: Joannès Coquillat Production: J.

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