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The gallows from which he is suspended forms a Tau cross, while the figure—from the position of the legs—forms a fylfot cross.

Both the Greek fret and the fylfot appear to have been unknown to the Semitic nations as an ornament or as a symbol.

The SwastikaThomas Wilson

There can be no doubt that the fylfot throughout Eur-Asia had a symbolic significance, which in many places it still retains.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

In Ireland, however, and in Scotland, the fylfot seems to have marked Christian sepulchres.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

It was long ago remarked that the fylfot is almost exclusively an Aryan symbol.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

The manner in which the fylfot was employed proves that it certainly had a symbolic signification.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

The fylfot is frequently found in the Greek Church on the vestments of the clergy.

The Worship of the ChurchJacob A. Regester

One of the most singular, as well as most ancient, of the many forms and modifications of the cross is the "fylfot."

The Worship of the ChurchJacob A. Regester

The Greek fret or key pattern, with which all are familiar, is a decorative development of the fylfot.

The Worship of the ChurchJacob A. Regester

Why, the symbol of Buddha on the reverse of a coin found at Ugain is the same cross, the 'fylfot' of Thor.

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