Priests are portrayed in adoration of the crux ansata before phallic monuments.
He has a form of the crux ansata for his scepter and a globe in his left hand.
On it is a crux ansata, with two figures at the sides, both in front and behind, believed to be the four Evangelists.
The crux ansata is found in the hand of most of the Egyptian deities.
The Queen's hands are crossed over her breast, and clasp the crux ansata, the symbol of life.
The name that it technically bears is crux ansata, or "the cross with a handle."
It is essentially the same symbol as the crux ansata, and is emblematic of the male triad and the female unit.