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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_hoc_signo_vinces

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 translation, or rendering, of the Greek phrase "ἐν τούτῳ νίκα" en toútōi níka ...

www.mcah.columbia.edu/courses/medmil/pages/non-mma-pages/text_links/chirho.html

... the Milvian Bridge (ad Saxa Rubra, against Maxentius in 313) after seeing it in a dream with the words "en touto Nika," meaning "in this sign you will conquer".

www.preachingsymbols.com/ic-xc-nika.html

Read Romans 8.31-39 and I Corinthians 15.50-58.What does it mean here to be "more than conquerors?" Who is the conqueror? What is conquered? Next read ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=What+Does+Touto+Nika+Mean&v=AQSvuV-JO74
Jan 28, 2014 ... EN TOUTO NIKA. ... begin shortly, try restarting your device. Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available.

orderofcenturions.org/symbol.html

He will lift up an ensign to the nations from far ... the Greek words EN TOUTO NIKA (conquer by this) and a subsequent nocturnal encounter with ... of the Order : TIME DEUM ET OPERARE IUSTITIAM meaning Fear God and do what is Right.

earlychurchhistory.org/christian-symbols/the-chi-rho-symbol

Constantine saw three Greek letters in the sky: In Touto Nika, “In This (Sign) ... and in modern English “IHS” is often used by Christians to mean “In His Service.

www.thoughtco.com/constantine-the-great-emperor-of-rome-4122790

Feb 11, 2017 ... ... under the sign of Christ (Greek: en touto nika; Latin: in hoc signo vinces). ... He did as he had been commanded, and he marked on their shields the ... formed the figure of the cross by means of a transverse bar laid over it.

sw33x.deviantart.com/art/EN-TOUTO-NIKA-68256323

Oct 26, 2007 ... ... way it is. EN TOUTO NIKA. ... i mean what do you mean saying these words? ... Probably you mean ancient Greek and yes, it's ancient Greek.

www.kirkridgepc.org/index.php/about-kirkridge/chi-rho.html

In any event, Constantine 1 had his troops' shields emblazoned with this symbol and created his own standard with the Chi-Rho and the 'en touto Nika' as ...