This shelf is designed with a cross in the center and a kneeling angel on each side. It also has scrolls of leaves all around.

Shelf

This shelf is designed with a cross in the center and a kneeling angel on each side. It also has scrolls…

An example of a heraldic shield with roundels.

Shield with Roundels

An example of a heraldic shield with roundels.

"A description of cross, with the ends or extremities bent at right angles."—Avelin, 1891

Fylot Shield

"A description of cross, with the ends or extremities bent at right angles."—Avelin, 1891

"And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of Alexander and Rufus, to bear his cross." Mark 15:21 KJV

Simon Compelled to Help Jesus Bear the Cross

"And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of Alexander…

The Scandinavian square panel is a bas-relief design found on a Celtic stone cross. This panel is divided into eight equal spaces that are decorated with a repeated design.

Scandinavian Square Panel

The Scandinavian square panel is a bas-relief design found on a Celtic stone cross. This panel is divided…

St. Martin's cross.

St. Martin's

St. Martin's cross.

"St. Martin's Cross, Iona." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

St. Martin's Cross

"St. Martin's Cross, Iona." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Two Angels with St. Veronica's Napkin is an engraving that was created by German artist Albrecht Dürer in 1513. It shows two angels carrying the veil that has the image of Jesus. St. Veronica was the woman that followed Jesus as he carried the cross and gave him her veil to wipe his forehead. After Jesus used it, he handed back her veil and his image miraculously appeared on it.

Two Angels with St. Veronica's Napkin

Two Angels with St. Veronica's Napkin is an engraving that was created by German artist Albrecht Dürer…

"1, longitudinal section; 2, 3, 4, cross section; 5, detached disk; 7, 8, fibrillae." — Richardson, 1906

Striped Muscle

"1, longitudinal section; 2, 3, 4, cross section; 5, detached disk; 7, 8, fibrillae." — Richardson,…

Right triangle ABC with angles A, B, C to be used for finding distance across a river. This is a trigonometry problem. Wishing to determine the width of the river, I observed a tree standing directly across on the bank. The angle of elevation of the top of the tree was 32 degrees. At 150 ft. back from this point and in the same direction from the tree the angle of elevation of the top of the tree was 21 degrees. Find the width of the river.

Right Triangle For Finding Distance Across a River

Right triangle ABC with angles A, B, C to be used for finding distance across a river. This is a trigonometry…

"The Trinity. By Albrect Dürer. In the Belvedere, Vienna.'" -Heath, 1901

The Trinity

"The Trinity. By Albrect Dürer. In the Belvedere, Vienna.'" -Heath, 1901

"The Act of Union with Scotland (1707) required that England and Scotland should have one flag made of the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew combined. After the union with Ireland (1801) the cross of St. Patrick was incorporated in the flag. The name 'Jack' comes from the French Jacques, referries to James I, the first sovereign of Great Britain."—Webster, 1920

The Union Jack

"The Act of Union with Scotland (1707) required that England and Scotland should have one flag made…

Vair is one of the furs in heraldry composed of several silver and blue pieces representing little shields.

Vair

Vair is one of the furs in heraldry composed of several silver and blue pieces representing little shields.

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery or devotion" to the country in the presence of the enemy.

Victoria Cross

A British naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant and bestowed for "Conspicuous bravery…

"The Victoria Cross is an English naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant, Jan. 29, 1856, and bestowed for 'conspicuous bravery or devotion' to the country in the presence of the enemy. It is the most coveted of all British decorations, and is open to all officers and men of the regular, auxiliary, and reserve forces."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Victoria Cross

"The Victoria Cross is an English naval and military decoration instituted by royal warrant, Jan. 29,…

Voided, in heraldry, a term applied to a charge or ordinary pierced through, or having the inner part cut away, so that the field appears, and nothing remains of the charge except its outer edges.

Voided Cross

Voided, in heraldry, a term applied to a charge or ordinary pierced through, or having the inner part…

"The gable cross of Washburn Chirch in Worcestershire." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Worcestershire

"The gable cross of Washburn Chirch in Worcestershire." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893