It is also called Gammadium, and more commonly known as Swastika.
In the opinion of Dr. March all these are represented or symbolized by the Swastika.
The Greek fret has only to be doubled, when it produces the Swastika shown in fig. 26.
Thus we have, according to him, the origin of the Swastika, as shown in figs. 27 and 28.
Professor Goodyear devotes an entire chapter to the Swastika.
This, if true, relieves the Swastika from all relation with the circle as a symbol of the sun.
Lastly he introduces a group of the Swastika in the nineteenth century.
I do not assert that the Swastika is very common on hut urns, which are often undecorated.
The Swastika was in use in Japan in ancient as well as modern times.
The Swastika mark was employed by the Japanese on their porcelain.