I was on vacation this summer in Dubrovnik, Croatia. I saw a tombstone in a Franciscan monastery. There was a cross on this tombstone that I can’t seem to identify.
It’s difficult to describe without posting a picture. Imagine a cross with two horizontal bars, the lower bar slightly longer than the first. Then the lower half of the cross froms the letter “P”, which is surrounded by what could be a letter “C”. I don’t recall a date on the tombstone, but others in the area ranged from the 1300s to the 1800s. My first thought is that it might be an Orthodox symbol, but it was in a historically strongly Catholic country.
I know this is a fuzzy description, and I would be happy to email a picture to anyone who might be able to help. It’s really gotten stuck in my mind, and I would truly appreciate any help in identifying it.
Thanks a lot,