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Re: Heraldry Question???

Poster: Harvey Davis <gerlach@erols.com>

>Poster: smithjh@ed.concord.wvnet.edu (Jason Smith)
wanted to know
>is there a difference between a 'celtic cross' and a 'cross'. As in would a
celtic >cross be considered a point of difference, from say heraldry that
contained a latin
>cross. Is the type of cross able to be considered a point of difference??
>Thanks in advance...
>In Service to Atlantia,
>Ciaran MacGhabhain

In heraldry there is no difference (or at least there wasn't one the last time
I was a warranted herald). A cross is a cross is a cross, just like a sword is
a sword is a sword. No differences for claymore or katana or "dippy fantasy
from the museum replica catalogs". 


A committee is a cul-de-sac down which ideas are taken
and quietly strangled - Anon

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