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“One of the oldest Christograms is the Chi-Rho (☧). It consists of the superimposed Greek letters chi (Χ) and rho (Ρ), which are the first two letters of the Greek χριστός, 'Christ'. It was displayed on the labarum military standard used by Constantine I in 312 CE.” John Joseph Stoudt in his book, “Consider the Lillies How They Grow” 1937 proposed that this may be the source of this common Pennsylvania Dutch Sign found on barns, for protection. Here I have added a petal to make the point.

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Christogram Hex Sign 12" Diameter

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