Celtic cross

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Celtic cross

Celtic cross
A cross with a long vertical shaft and short horizontal arms, and with a circle struck from their intersection, joining all four.
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Perhaps they could try their hand at making clay dragons and stencilling Celtic crosses.
Alternatively, enjoy life in the slow lane on the mountain railway or explore the island's Celtic crosses and ancient burial grounds.
Yet it has plenty for the architecturally-minded traveller - standing stones, celtic crosses, castles .
Inspirational pieces, such as a Nativity set, creche, traditional and Celtic crosses and a sculpture portraying the Holy Family, are also part of the collection.
In tribute to the Irish contribution to America, NMCAH hosted a special tribute to Saint Patrick, including an exhibition of icons with the image of the Saint; preaching stoles; enlarged images of "The Confession of the Book of Armagh" and a display of Celtic Crosses.
He shone in a dark gold silk cope, stole and mitre with Celtic crosses in the weave and braiding especially designed for him for the ceremony by a Welsh artisan.