In hoc signo vinces is a Latin phrase meaning "In this sign you will conquer",
often also rendered in early modern English as "In this sign thou shalt conquer". It
is a translati...
... against Maxentius in 313) after seeing it in a dream with the words "en touto
Nika," meaning "in this sign you will conquer". The symbol was extremely
Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven. ... vision in the heavens of
a "cross of light" and the Greek words EN TOUTO NIKA (conquer ... of the Order:
TIME DEUM ET OPERARE IUSTITIAM meaning Fear God and do what is Right.
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... the name of Christ by means of the initial letters, the letter X intersection P at
the centre. ... banner with the Greek inscription TOUTO NIKA — i.e. conquer by
this (sign), ... Regrettably, I can't reply to every letter, but I greatly appreciate your
Jun 28, 2015 ... Some show the Greek words, 'En touto, nika' as well as the Cross on banners. ...
However, as time went by, the Orthodox Christian Churches did begin ... This
status means nothing more that the Patriarch is the president of all ...
Certain identification of some will require handling a few thousand coins. ...
obverse legend does not name the Emperor but shows the Greek EN TOUTO
This is a great symbol of my faith and my faith is something i will never be quiet
about. .... that Constantine saw in his vision along with the Greek words, TOUTO
NIKA, which are rendered in Latin as "In hoc signo vinces" and which mean "in
Below the Cross were the words "En Touto Nika" which means "in this sign ...
Although 325 years had passed since the crucifixion of Christ, Helen did not lose
... emblazoned the words 'en touto Nika', translating into "In this Sign Conquer,"
etched ... the Christian faith, which has outlived his empire and will endure
forever. ... meaning the flower of royalty, out of respect to the Dowager Queen
who led ...