The globus cruciger was used in the Byzantine Empire, as shown in this coin of Emperor Leontius (d. 705)

The globus cruciger was used in the Byzantine Empire, as shown in this coin of Emperor Leontius (d. 705)

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The full heraldic display of the Emperors and Autocrats of All Russias.    The coat of arms of the Russian Empire - consisted of a golden escutcheon with a black two-headed eagle crowned with two imperial crowns, over which the same third crown, enlarged, with two flying ends of the ribbon of the Order of Saint Andrew. The State Eagle held a golden scepter and golden globus cruciger. On the chest of the eagle there was an escutcheon with the arms of Moscow, depicting Saint

The full heraldic display of the Emperors and Autocrats of All Russias. The coat of arms of the Russian Empire - consisted of a golden escutcheon with a black two-headed eagle crowned with two imperial crowns, over which the same third crown, enlarged, with two flying ends of the ribbon of the Order of Saint Andrew. The State Eagle held a golden scepter and golden globus cruciger. On the chest of the eagle there was an escutcheon with the arms of Moscow, depicting Saint

globus cruciger

globus cruciger

Solidus of Constans Il Reigned; 641 to 668 A.D. Measurement; diam. 20.00 mm., wgt. 4.31g.   Constantinople mint; struck 651/2 to 654 A.D. Obverse; Facing; bust of Constans Il crowned and draped holding globus cruciger  Reverse; Cross potent set on three steps   Condition; Very fine Published; D. Sear, et al. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. 2nd Edition, London, 1987, No. 956 Reference; EV1640 COPYRIGHT © Royal Athena

Solidus of Constans Il Reigned; 641 to 668 A.D. Measurement; diam. 20.00 mm., wgt. 4.31g. Constantinople mint; struck 651/2 to 654 A.D. Obverse; Facing; bust of Constans Il crowned and draped holding globus cruciger Reverse; Cross potent set on three steps Condition; Very fine Published; D. Sear, et al. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. 2nd Edition, London, 1987, No. 956 Reference; EV1640 COPYRIGHT © Royal Athena

Statue of Zeus at Olympia -  No copy of the orginal statue has ever been found, and details of its form are known only from ancient Greek descriptions and representations on coins.

Statue of Zeus at Olympia - No copy of the orginal statue has ever been found, and details of its form are known only from ancient Greek descriptions and representations on coins.

Solidus Phocas  Reigned; 602 to 610 A.D. Measurement; diam. 2.00 mm., wt. 4.46 g.  Materials; gold alloy Constantinople mint; struck 603 to 607 A.D. Obverse; A bust of Phocas wearing a crown, draped cloak, cuirass and holding globus cruciger. Reverse: An Angel holding a staurogram staff and holding globus cruciger. Condition; Very fine Published; D. Sear, et al. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. 2nd Edition, London, 1987, No. 618  Reference; EV1650 COPYRIGHT © Royal Athena

Solidus Phocas Reigned; 602 to 610 A.D. Measurement; diam. 2.00 mm., wt. 4.46 g. Materials; gold alloy Constantinople mint; struck 603 to 607 A.D. Obverse; A bust of Phocas wearing a crown, draped cloak, cuirass and holding globus cruciger. Reverse: An Angel holding a staurogram staff and holding globus cruciger. Condition; Very fine Published; D. Sear, et al. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. 2nd Edition, London, 1987, No. 618 Reference; EV1650 COPYRIGHT © Royal Athena

SymbolDictionary.net/*** Earth (Globus Cruciger, Cross Triumphant)

SymbolDictionary.net/*** Earth (Globus Cruciger, Cross Triumphant)

True Paradigm: Globus cruciger and flat earth

True Paradigm: Globus cruciger and flat earth

The royal regalia of Denmark

The royal regalia of Denmark

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