This is a cross of Greek proportions, with little crosses at the end of each bar. This shape used to be called the “minor patriarchal cross” (some researchers refer to it as the “cross of Jerusalem”) and was popular in Russia in the 14th century. Front: The Crucifixion with the four Intercessors against the background of the Jerusalem wall; the ends of the bars carry the images of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, and Raphael. At the top: the Image of the Savior not made by human hands. Back: St. Nicetas smiting down the demon; the ends of the bars carry the images of the holy warriors St. George the Victorious, St. Theodore Tyron and St. Theodore Stratelates, along with the Great Martyr and Saint Panteleimon the Unmercenary Healer.