Some Irish Celtic symbols are the Claddagh ring, the Brigid's cross and the shamrock. The Claddagh ring shows a crowned heart being held by two hands. It is a symbol of love, friendship and loyalty. More »

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A common myth associated with the Celtic cross is that it symbolizes a combination of the cross of the crucifixion with the sun. Legend has it that St. Patrick introduced the Celtic cross as a tool to convert the pagans ... More »

The Celtic cross, the harp, the shamrock, the triquetra and the triskele are some of the major symbols used in Celtic and Irish communities. Themes common in Irish symbolism include love, Irish heritage, and trinities in... More »

There are five national symbols of Ireland, which are the tricolor flag, harp, shamrock, Celtic cross and the Claddagh ring. The main symbol, being the tricolor flag, was created in 1848 by Thomas Francis Meagher. The wh... More »

The Celtic cross, the harp, the shamrock, the triquetra and the triskele are some of the major symbols used in Celtic and Irish communities. Themes common in Irish symbolism include love, Irish heritage, and trinities in... More »

Less commonly known Celtic symbols include the triskele, the five-fold symbol, the arwen and the Celtic bull. The first known use of some of these symbols date to Megalithic and Neolithic sites that predate Celtic cultur... More »

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Some notable Celtic symbols are the Irish harp, indicating the soul's eternal life, the shamrock, indicating luck and the claddagh, a symbol combining a heart, crown and hands to represent love, loyalty and friendship, r... More »

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