Definitions for triskelion
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a figure consisting of three stylized human arms or legs (or three bent lines) radiating from a center
Any figure or object composed of three interlocked spirals, limbs (especially bent human legs), or any similar symbol with three protrusions and a threefold rotational symmetry.
The symbol of Sicily, and of the Isle of Man.
Origin: From Greek τρισκέλιον (triskelion) or τρισκελής (triskeles), three-legged.
A triskelion or triskele is a motif consisting of three interlocked spirals, or three bent human legs. Both words are from Greek "τρισκέλιον" or "τρισκελής", "three-legged", from prefix "τρι-", "three times" + "σκέλος", "leg". Although it appears in many places and periods, it is especially characteristic of the Celtic art of the La Tène culture of the European Iron Age. A triskelion is the symbol of Sicily, where it is called trinacria, as well as of the Isle of Man, Brittany and the town of Füssen in Germany.
The numerical value of triskelion in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of triskelion in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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