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The Swastika


The Sixth and Seventh Cities
Leaden idol of Hissarlik
Owl-shaped vases
The age of Trojan cities
Africa
Egypt
Naukratis
Coptos (Achmim-Panopolis)
Algeria
Ashantee
Classical Occident—Mediterranean
Greece, Cyprus, Rhodes, Melos, and Thera
Greek fret and Egyptian meander not the same as the Swastika
Swastika in panels
Swastikas with four arms crossing at right angles, ends bent to the right
Swastikas with four arms crossing at right angles, ends bent to the left
Swastikas with four arms crossing at other than right angles, the ends ogee and to the
left
Meander pattern, with ends bent to the right and left
Swastikas of different kinds on the same object
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Europe
Bronze age
Etruria and Italy
Swiss lake dwellings
Germany and Austria
Belgium
Scandinavia
Scotland and Ireland
Gallo-Roman period
France
Anglo-Saxon period
Britain
Swastika on ancient coins
Triskelion, Lycia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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