Geneva cross


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Geneva cross

n.
A red Greek or St. George's cross on a white ground, used as a symbol by the Red Cross and as a sign of neutrality.
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A location in northern Anatolia is suggested, which is supported by the association of the monastic centre of Medikion (where St Niketas was located, who was important for Mark) and Dorylaeum (with its likely connection with the Geneva cross).

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