When you think of a Celtic symbol, you probably think of a Celtic Cross, often adorned with interweaving knots.
While the cross is undoubtedly an important symbol, there are many lesser known but equally important and meaningful symbols found in Celtic mythology.
Triple symbols like the triquetra and triskeleon have been found in Jewelry from the time, and are still found today in the flags and heraldry of modern Celtic cultures. (The Isle of Man flag is a good example)
Also known as Crann Bethadh, the Celtic Tree of Life is an ancient symbol of Celtic Mythology. A stylised representation of an old Oak or Ash tree with deep roots and high branches forming a circle, often adorned with Celtic knotwork.
The Celtic Five Fold is a religious symbol found in Celtic Mythology, and in other cultures around the world. Also known as a Borromean Cross, it is comprised of five rings, arranged as four outer rings bound together by one central ring.