This heraldic cross design has arms representing the head of a broad arrow or javelin, with barbs on the inner edge with the twelve pieces symbolizing the disciples.
The pheon was, like the modern mace, carried before royalty by a sergeant-at-arms. It became a royal mark, and is still used in Great Britain to denote crown property, being termed the Broad R, or broad arrow.
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