The Cross and the Spiral

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The Cross and the Spiral

Postby bolgios » 05 Mar 2016, 13:37

The triskele in Early Christian Celtic Art:

https://balkancelts.wordpress.com/2016/ ... stian-art/

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Re: The Cross and the Spiral

Postby Màiri » 05 Mar 2016, 17:53

hi bolgios,

thanks so much for this information ! I am always eager to learn more about the celtic culture.
How clever to carry the triskele on the back of the brooch.

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"Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky" (Khalil Gibran)

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Re: The Cross and the Spiral

Postby bolgios » 05 Mar 2016, 18:03

You are very welcome :)


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