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What were the circumstances behind the loss of the “True Cross?”
It is my understanding that there was a relic, used by the Crusaders, that was claimed to be the very Cross on which Jesus was crucified. I also understand that sometime around 1187, it was captured ...
Apr 29 '12 at 3:21
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