File:Valknut-Symbol-triquetra-alternate.svg

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The Valknut symbol in a form topologically equivalent to a Triquetra or trefoil knot. Found in early medieval Germanic inscriptions (see File:Tangelgarda Odin.jpg). See also Image:Valknut-Symbol-borromean.svg and Image:Valknut-Symbol-3linkchain-closed.png . Alternate version of File:Valknut-Symbol-triquetra.svg with thicker black lines.

For a rounded version, see Image:Triquetra-tightly-knotted.png

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