Detail of the tetraskelion (swastika) decorative elements on horse bits in the Celtic chariot burial from Wetwang (East Yorkshire), England

 

 

 

The Tetraskelion, Grammadion or, most commonly in modern usage, Swastika (from Sanskrit svastika-, sú – meaning “good, well” and ásti “it is”), composed of an equilateral cross with its arms bent at 90 degree angles (and variants thereof), is a common geometric symbol in all Indo-European…
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https://www.academia.edu/15170255/THE_TETRASKELION_SWASTIKA_IN_IRON_AGE_CELTIC_CULTURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

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