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“And it is well known that Plato is found perpetually celebrating the barbarians,
 remembering that both himself and Pythagoras learned the most and the noblest of their
dogmas among the barbarians”.
(Clement of Alexandria: The Stromata. Book 1:XV)
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Common to many Indo-European cultures, the triskelion/triskele is one of the most distinctive and common motifs in Iron Age Celtic art, both as a symbol in itself, and forming the geometric basis for numerous artistic compositions…

 

 

FULL ARTICLE:

https://www.academia.edu/11899946/An_Thr%C3%ADbh%C3%ADs_Mh%C3%B2r_-_On_The_Triskelion_in_Iron_Age_Celtic_Culture

 

 

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