labarum

The Byzantine military standard of Constantine the Great, which included the chi-rho sign.

Labarum

Military standard of the Christian Roman emperors, an adaptation of the older cavalry standard. It was first used in 312 by Constantine the Great. ...
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Labarum

Lab'a·rum noun ; plural Labara . [ Latin ] The standard adopted by the Emperor Constantine after his conversion to Christianity. It is described as a pike bearing a silk banner hanging from a crosspiece, and surmounted by a golden crown. It bore a monogram of the first two letters (
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Labarum

• (n.) The standard adopted by the Emperor Constantine after his conversion to Christianity. It is described as a pike bearing a silk banner hanging from a crosspiece, and surmounted by a golden crown. It bore a monogram of the first two letters (CHR) of the name of Christ in its Greek form. Later, the name was given to various modifications o...
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labarum

sacred military standard of the Christian Roman emperors, first used by Constantine I in the early part of the 4th century . The labarum—a Christian ...
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Labarum

A labarum is a standard or banner carried in Christian religious processions.
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Labarum

The labarum (λάβαρον) was a vexillum (military standard) that displayed the `Chi-Rho` symbol ☧, formed from the first two Greek letters of the word `Christ` (ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ, or Χριστός) — Chi (χ) and Rho (ρ). It was first used by the Roman emperor Constantine I. Since the vexillum consisted of a flag suspended from the cros...
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labarum

moral standard; ecclesiastical banner bearing Christ's monogram
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