This carved wooden crucifix is at the Port Royal Habitation, Nova Scotia, Canada
This appears to be made from 3 pieces of wood the head and body are one piece and the arms are two other pieces.
Port-Royal is a national historic site because of its legacy: French culture, commerce and colonization, and the experiences of Mi’kmaq and French colonists, covering the period from 1605 to 1613; and the replica of the Habitation as a milestone in the Canadian heritage movement.
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