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Cross of Toulouse Titanium Occitan Cross Pendant

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Product Description

This is a titanium cross crucifix pendant. Pendant will come with FREE steel chain. Customer may also select compatible chain from the necklace and chain category.

Product Details (As Seen in Picture)

Color: Silver
Length: 36mm
Width: 26mm
Thickness: 3mm

*Availability: In stock item can be shipped within 1-2 business day and please allow 2
-3 business days for back-order item.

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FREE standard shipping service option is available during checkout. Standard shipping to USA, Canada and UK will take around 3-8 business days. Continental Europe, Asia and other countries can take around 6-20 business days. Express shipping option available but fee varies depending on different locations. Customer can click here to see the fee and details or during the checkout.



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We will provide 100% satisfaction guarantee and 100% money back guaranteeOrder with confidence and take advantage of our 1-Year product warranty and a 30-Day money back guarantee.


Further Info:
Occitan cross is based on the counts of Toulouse's traditional coat of arms, it soon became the symbol of Occitania as a whole. The Cross of Toulouse - Also called the Occitan Cross and, Erroneously, the Cathar Cross.  It was the coat of arms of the family of St-Gilles, Counts of Toulouse in the Middle Ages. Wherever you go in the Languedoc, you will notice the Cross of Toulouse.  You will find it incorporated into official arms of local government bodies, embroidered on flags, carved in stone, wrought in iron, printed on postcards, displayed in stained glass.  You will find it worn as jewellery, sold as souvenirs to tourists, scrawled on walls as graffiti.  You will even find it set in brass in the ground in public squares and visible in patterns of red and gold flowers.   
The Cross of Toulouse still closely associated with the former territories of the The Counts of Toulouse, and with its distinctive culture, including its language, Occitan. The first known written reference to the cross is in a 1173 document written by a Provenial notary. When the Counts of Toulouse acquired the Provence they added the cross to his arms. It eventually became the symbol of Languedoc resistance to the French invaders following the crusade against the Cathars of the Languedoc in the time of Raymond VI. In the contemporary Song of the Cathar Wars, laisse 109, written in Occitan, it is called la crotz ramondenca (The Raymondine Cross).
The Cross, or variants of it, is used as a badge of a small independence movement, those who would like to Occitania become an independent state, just as Catalans in the Roussillon and in Spain would like to re-establish an independent Catalonia.  Similarly it is used by those who would like to see the Occitan language revived.

Warranty Information

We have a free 1-year product quality assurance and warranty for the product. Longer warranty and life-time warranty can be purchased. Customer can contact us for details.

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