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triskele

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 triskele, από την ελληνική τρισκελης "τρία πόδια") είναι ένα σύμβολο που αποτελείται από τρία ανθρώπινα πόδια λυγισμένα, ή, γενικότερα, τρεις σπείρες συμπλέκονται (ένωσε με τέτοιο τρόπο ώστε η συνολική έμβλημα έχει μια τριπλή περιστροφική συμμετρία, αλλά δεν συμμετρίες αντανάκλαση)

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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 ...» more Dogmeat

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