noun, plural tris·kel·i·a [trih-skel-ee-uh, trahy-]. /trɪˈskɛl i ə, traɪ-/.
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Origin of triskelion
Example sentences from the Web for triskelion
It is clear the was a far older and more widely spread symbol than the triskele, as well as a more purely Aryan one.The Swastika|Thomas Wilson
I have already (p. 213) referred to the ultimate fate of the triskele.
An interesting example of the transformation of a symbol into an emblem is found in the case of the triskele or triquetra.
In various places transition occur between the tetraskele and triskele (Fig. 130, I).
The triskele and the circles are sometimes found on faces figured on coins.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch