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A triskelion (or triskele, from Greek three-pronged three legs”) is a symbol consisting of three kinked human legs, or, more generally, three o’clock interwoven whorls (united in such a manner that the global emblem is a triple swirling symmetry but also no reflecting symmetry).


 

  • Heraldic triskele

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  • The armoured triskelion on the flag of the Isle of Man

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  • Coat of arms of Isle of Man

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  • Manx car registration plate

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  • The flag of Sicily, featuring the revived trinacria symbol

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  • 1945 Sicilian independence flag

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  • Sicilian party emblem

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  • Sicilian party flag

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  • Füssen coat of arms

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  • Coat of arms of Döhlau, Bavaria

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  • Geometrically-simple triskelion of radial lines joined to arcs of enclosing circle

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  • Coat of arms of Süderbrarup municipality in Schleswig-Holstein

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  • Stained-glass window

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  • Merovingian disk

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  • Old Gotland picture stone

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  • Coat of arms of Dukla, Poland

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  • Coat of arms of Zakliczyn, Poland

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  • Coat of arms of a Polish nobility clan

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  • Modliborzyce, Poland

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  • Old Cyclists’ Touring Club emblem

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  • Japanese Mon

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  • Minheim

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  • The flag of Ingushetia

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  • Coat of arms of the Cherkasy Oblast, Ukraine

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  • Flag of Ust-Ord Buryatia (Russia)

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  • Flag of Kumukh people

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  • Modern form of triple spiral symbol, based on carvings found at Newgrange tomb, Ireland with three double spirals.

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  • Alternative form of triple spiral symbol (thicker line).

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  • Triple spiral symbol with three single spirals (i.e. triskele).

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  • Spiral triskele, occasionally used as a Christian Trinitariansymbol

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  • More elaborate spiral triskele

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  • Elaborate spiral triskele with four turns in each spiral

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  • “Wheeled” version of triskelion / triple-spiral

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  • Basic “wheeled” spiral triskelion

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  • Elaborate “wheeled” triskelion with three threefold spirals

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  • Triskelion / Triple-spiral with hollow triangle in center

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  • A triple-spiral labyrinth

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  • The Roissy ring

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  • BDSM rights flag

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  • U.S. Department of Transportation

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  • Hidari Mitsudomoe mon (Japan)

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  • Flag of the Ryukyu Kingdom (-1875)

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  • Flag of the Ryukyu Kingdom (1875-1879)

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  • variant

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  • Flag of Jeju-do, South Korea

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  • Irish Air Corps roundel

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  • Korean “Sam Taeguk” symbol

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  • Alternate Sam-Taeguk

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  • Martial arts symbol

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  • Proposed “transcend gender” symbol

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  • Man road sign

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  • Crop circle

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  • Altdorf, Bavaria

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  • Coat of arms of Głogówek, Poland

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  • Coat of arms of Stadt Haren

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  • Japanese mon

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  • Großräschen arms

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  • Unofficial flag of Anguilla

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  • Congo arms 2003

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  • Triskelion in a sand sculpture

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  • Legged triskele in a church in Estonia

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  • AWB triskelion of three sevens

  • A   triskelion   (or   triskele , from Greek τρισκελης “three-legged”) is a symbol consisting of three bent human legs, or, more generally, three interlocked spirals (joined in such a way that the overall emblem has a threefold rotational symmetry, but no reflection symmetries).   Μια triskelion ( ή …http://whatgetsmehot.posterous.com/triskele» more

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