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The purple sash draped on the cross at Easter is a sign of royalty, and since purple was used in the early days as a color of higher up wealthy people, the color is still used today and known for high priced quality. So the dash is draped as just an old standing sign of wealth and fortune.

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It represents the period of time after Jesus died and before he rose again.

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