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Synonyms for cruciform

shaped like a cross


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Chromosome 22 also has palindromic hairpins and cruciform structures, where breaks occur and DNA swaps places with DNA from chromosome 11.
Their work unleashed intensified looting, and many cruciforms were attributed to that cemetery, even though clandestine operations elsewhere also yielded cruciforms.
Funerary furniture from these disturbed tombs confirm the popularity of cruciforms and the atypical wealth of the cemetery.
Preliminary results provide several new insights into cruciforms in particular and the Erimi Culture in general.
The various objects that comprise the tableaux include parts that seem to belong to stuffed animals and grotesquely shaped dolls, which are impaled by the pikes--as are distinct body parts, an abundance of phallic shapes, and cruciforms.