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Cruciform figurine of bluegreen picrolite, Chalcolithic Period c.3000 B.C., Cyprus

Nepalese/Buddhist god in cruciform - according to Christian missionaries, cruciform figures are or were common in Nepalese crossroads

Aztec god Yiacatechutli, "Lord of the Vanguard"

Quetzalcoatl on the cross (Kingsborough)

Quetzalcoatl (Aztec). The zoomorphic form of the Codex Borgianus, from 15th-century Mexico. It represents the 'Crucified Saviour of the New World.' The Spanish monks who first went to Mexico were surprised to find the crucifix there and discovered it to be a representation of the death of Quetzalcoatl.

Winged goddess (Isis) in cruciform on King Tut's sarcophagus.

Osiris as personified djed pillar holding the sun, surrounded by the two sisters Isis and Nephthys - called the Merti - found in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Ani Papyrus, plate 1, c. 13th-15th cents. BCE.

Minoan "lord of the wild beasts" (Kerenyi)

"Lady Bird," 4th millennium BCE (Gadon)

"Cypriot Crucifix" (Lundy)

Nubian god in cruciform (O'Brien)

Hesus (Druid) - three different depictions

Dionysus (Greco-Roman)