Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Cross

Central ordinary.

Cross (1) §

The width of each arm is typically a third of the width of the device or a bit narrower. This is a thick cross. Should be centered on the fess line.

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Cross (2) §

The width of each arm is typically a third of the width of the device or a bit narrower. This is a thin cross. Should be centered on the fess line.

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Cross Arrondi §

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Cross Double Parted §

A cross formed of two bars and two pales, conjoined.

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Cross Nowy §

A cross with a circular protrusion in the center.Considered a step from period practice (SFPP).

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Cross Parted and Fretted §

A cross which has been split into interlaced strips.

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Cross Quadrate §

A cross with a square protrusion in the center. Considered a step from period practice (SFPP).

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Cross Quarter-Pierced §

A cross with its center removed.

In period this was blazoned “party of nine” and considered a field division, but in SCA usage this is viewed as an ordinary with a hole in its center, and thus considered a charge.

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Cross Triply Parted §

A cross formed of three bars and three pales, conjoined.

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Cross Triply Parted and Fretted §

A cross which has been split into interlaced strips.

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