Yin Yang

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English: The yin yang symbol consists in its most recognized form of a pair of inverted commata with two dots. Its most prominent use occurs in Taoist philosophy, but its essential shape can also be found in other cultures and even in nature. The list is arranged in chronological order.

In nature[edit]

Celtic art[edit]

Roman Notitia Dignitatum[edit]

Copy in Bodleian Library[edit]

Modern reproductions of Bodleian version[edit]

Copy in Bayerische Staatsbibliothek[edit]

Taoist taijitu[edit]

Korean taegeuk[edit]