An irregular Dodecahedron Cross in the shape of a dagger . The six faces of a Cube can be cut along seven Edges and unfolded into a Latin cross (i.e., the Latin cross is the Net of the Cube). Similarly, eight hypersurfaces of a Hypercube can be cut along 17 Squares and unfolded to form a 3-D Latin cross.
Another cross also called the Latin cross is illustrated above. It is a Greek Cross with flared ends, and is also known as the crux immissa or cross patée.
See also Cross, Dissection, Dodecahedron, Greek Cross