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The Greek word for fish is "ixthus" or "icthus." The five Greek letters in the word form an acrostic. The first letter represents the word "Jesus". The second letter represents the word "Christ", the next two, "God's Son", and the final letter represents the word "Savior". This adds up to “Jesus Christ is God’s Son, the Savior.”
During the early days of Christianity, Christians were often put to death for practicing their faith, so they worshiped in secret places. The sign of the fish was a secret sign Christians used to identify each other and meeting places. Sometimes you see the sign of the fish with the Greek letters inside it.

Another interesting Christian symbol was created from the same word...the Maltese Cross. The Greek letters ΙΧΘΥΣ were written one on top the other resulting in an eight-spoked wheel. Then they joined the ends of every other spoke forming the cross.
You have told me that the reviews are helpful to be sure you have gotten everything, so I've made up the rest of what I've given you and things scheduled to give you in the coming days - a BIG preview! If you click the image either here or in the right column under "Collection Reviews", they will display very large so you can really see the detail and the names so you know what to look for in the archives in the left column.






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