A triskelion (or triskele, from Greek τρισκελης "three-legged") is a symbol consisting of three bent human legs, or, more generally, three interlocked spirals (joined in such a way that the overall emblem has a threefold rotational symmetry, but no reflection symmetries).
"Three Legs of Man", the national symbol of the Isle of Man.
The armoured triskelion on the flag of the Isle of Man
Coat of arms of Isle of Man
The flag of Sicily, featuring the revived trinacria symbol
Füssen coat of arms
Coat of arms of Döhlau, Bavaria
Coat of arms of Süderbrarup municipality in Schleswig-Holstein
Coat of arms of Zakliczyn, Poland
The flag of Ingushetia
Coat of arms of the Cherkasy Oblast, Ukraine
Flag of Ust-Ord Buryatia (Russia)
Modern form of triple spiral symbol, based on carvings found at Newgrange tomb, Ireland with three double spirals
Triple spiral symbol with three single spirals (i.e., triskele).
Spiral triskele, occasionally used as a Christian Trinitarian symbol
The "Roissy Ring", similar to the original description of a fictional ring found in the classic BDSM novel, Story of O (French: Histoire d'O) by Pauline Réage
A modified version of the BDSM community's triskele-type emblem
BDSM rights flag
Flag of Jeju-do, South Korea
Irish Air Corps roundel
Martial arts symbol
Unofficial flag of Anguilla
Congo arms 2003
Legged triskele in a church in Estonia