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The ancient Christian Chi-rho symbol, formed from the first two letters of “Christ” in Greek. (or) A white Chi Rho on a black background is bordered by a red and gold Greek key design. Perfect Lapel Pin for pastors, deacons, and lay people.? Ancient Chi Rho symbol rings. Chi-Rho - The Monogram of Christ, Christian symbol that made Christianity a world religion through the victory of Constantine The Great and the words: "In hoc signo vinces - In This Sign, Conquer". (or) The chi-rho monogram. Though the two letters look like P and X in the English alphabet, they are actually chi (looks like X) and rho (looks like P) from the Greek alphabet. They also happen to be the first two letters of "Christ" in Greek (Christos). Hence the chi-rho monogram is used as a symbol of Christ, Christianity, and Christians. ~ (PD-user) (or) The legend says Constantine the Great saw the Monogram of Christ (the Chi-Rho sign) in a vision right before a vital battle along with the words "In hoc signo vinces" (in this sign, conquer). The emperor used it as his coat of arms and after his miraculous victory he legalized Christianity in the entire Roman Empire.. The Monogram of Christ (Chi Rho) or the Christogram is made by the first 2 Greek letters of Christ's name: K & R. According to the legend Constantine the Great saw it in a dream before a battle along with the words "In hoc signo vinces" (through this sign, thou shalt win). The emperor used it as his coat of arms and won. After his miraculous victory he legalized Christianity in the entire Roman Empire. + This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. and Shiny gold Chi-Rho symbol on a dark blue background. The Chi-Rho is an ancient Christian symbol derived from the first two letters of “Christ” in Greek.? Chi Rho Christian Symbol? This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. (or) This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera.. The ancient Christian Chi-rho symbol formed from the first two letters of “Christ” in Greek....Chi Rho necklace with Jesus prayer in Romanian Doamne Iisuse Hristoase, Fiul lui Dumnezeu, miluieste-ma pe mine pacatosul. English translation: Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Français : Christogramme entouré de la Prière de Jésus en roumain http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Christogram_with_Jesus_Prayer_in_Romanian.jpg. The chi-rho monogram. Though the two letters look like P and X in the English alphabet, they are actually chi (looks like X) and rho (looks like P) from the Greek alphabet. They also happen to be the first two letters of "Christ" in Greek (Christos). Hence the chi-rho monogram is used as a symbol of Christ, Christianity, and Christians. ~ (PD-user) or This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera.. This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. with The chi-rho monogram. Though the two letters look like P and X in the English alphabet, they are actually chi (looks like X) and rho (looks like P) from the Greek alphabet. They also happen to be the first two letters of "Christ" in Greek (Christos). Hence the chi-rho monogram is used as a symbol of Christ, Christianity, and Christians. ~ (PD-user) + The Monogram of Christ (Chi Rho) or the Christogram is made by the first two letters of Christ's name. The legend says it appeared in a dream, right before a decisive battle, to Constantine the Great along with the words: "In hoc signo vinces" (by this sign, you shall win). The Roman emperor used it as his army's coat of arms and after he won he legalized Christianity in the whole Roman Empire. ! This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. or The Monogram of Christ (Chi Rho) or the Christogram is made by the first 2 Greek letters of Christ's name: K & R. According to the legend Constantine the Great saw it in a dream before a battle along with the words "In hoc signo vinces" (through this sign, thou shalt win). The emperor used it as his coat of arms and won. After his miraculous victory he legalized Christianity in the entire Roman Empire. or The Greek symbol for Christ Jesus was the Chi-Rho. The Chi and the Rho were the first characters of the name of Christ in Greek. The Alpha and Omega come from the verse ... Look for more designs by Pseudoclasm, spreading Christian tradition. God bless! (or) This bottle opener features the Monogram of Christ, the Christian symbol that made Christianity a world religion after the decisive victory of Constantine The Great against the pagan forces. The Christogram displays above and below the famous message he dreamed before the legendary Battle of the Milvian Bridge "In hoc signo vinces" (in Latin) and In This Sign, Conquer (in English). You can easily replace each text with your own and turn this refrigerator magnet into a great gift. (or) Chi-Rho symbol on a circle of golden squares. Show your christian faith! ! CHI-RHO Early Cruciform Symbol Christ Christians Cross Crucifixion Jesus Church Religious Religion ChiRho Christianity Catholic Mug Chi Rho Christian Symbol + Shiny gold Chi-Rho symbol on a dark blue background. The Chi-Rho is an ancient Christian symbol derived from the first two letters of “Christ” in Greek.. The chi-rho monogram. Though the two letters look like P and X in the English alphabet, they are actually chi (looks like X) and rho (looks like P) from the Greek alphabet. They also happen to be the first two letters of "Christ" in Greek (Christos). Hence the chi-rho monogram is used as a symbol of Christ, Christianity, and Christians. ~ (PD-user)...The ancient Christian Chi-Rho symbol, formed from the first two letters of “Christ” in Greek., The Greek symbol for Christ Jesus was the Chi-Rho. The Chi and the Rho were the first characters of the name of Christ in Greek. The Alpha and Omega come from the verse ... Look for more designs by Pseudoclasm, spreading Christian tradition. God bless!. This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. or Chi Rho Christian Symbol? Chi Rho necklace with Jesus prayer in Romanian Doamne Iisuse Hristoase, Fiul lui Dumnezeu, miluieste-ma pe mine pacatosul. English translation: Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Français : Christogramme entouré de la Prière de Jésus en roumain http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Christogram_with_Jesus_Prayer_in_Romanian.jpg (or) Khi Rho, or The Monogram of Christ, Christian Symbol that made Christianity a world religion through the victory of Constantine The Great and the words: "In hoc signo vinces - In This Sign, Conquer", Chi-Rho - The Monogram of Christ, is the Christian symbol that made Christianity a world religion after the victory of Constantine The Great against Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge on 28 October 312. with This small detail of a medallion, taken from an antique image of St. Cecilia (SNV 36) q.v., is full of Christian symbolism. The Chi Rho and the Alpha and Omega are, besides the cross and fish, two of the oldest Christian symbols. The Chi Rho, also known as the chrismon or sigla, is formed by the superimposition of the first two capital letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (Christos), the center of the chi (Χ) being intersected by the vertical stroke of the rho (Ρ). The additional letters, the Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω, lowercase: ω), the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which flank the chrismon, symbolize the eternal existence of Jesus and of God. In Revelations, Christ is quoted as saying: “I am the alpha and the omega; the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13 - Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition [DRA]). + Image Credit (SNV 36): Detail from an antique image of St. Cecilia of Rome from a late nineteenth-century devotional print, artwork by J. Klein, chromoxylography by H[einrich] Knoefler (1824-1886), published by St. Norbert Book- and Art Printing, Vienna, Austria. From the designer’s private collection of religious ephemera. with