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 ...
... 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".
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 ...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...