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 Click here  to find out about the Cross of Toulouse, erroneously called the Cathar Cross. The coat of arms of the family of St-Gilles, Counts of Toulouse:  gules a cross clechy pommety and voided or, and in French Heraldic terms as de gueules, a la croix vidée, clechée, pommettée et alaisée d'or. See it embroidered on flags, painted on coats of arms, carved in stone, wrought in iron, printed on postcards, worn as jewellery, sold as souvenirs to tourists, scrawled on walls as graffitti, set in brass in the ground in public squares and visible in patterns of red and gold flowers.