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The Huguenot Web Site


This is the Web portal for English-speaking descendants and researchers of French Protestant refugees in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.

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<<< The Huguenot Cross has existed in various forms since the late Seventeenth Century as the emblem of French Protestant refugees. It comprises a Maltese Cross made of a four-petalled Lily of France, symbolizing the Four Gospels. The eight rounded points of the cross represent the Eight Beatitudes. Between the petals are four fleurs-de-lis -- each with three leaves -- representing the Twelve Apostles. Hanging from the bottom is a pendant dove, which symbolizes the Holy Spirit.


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