Fig. 217 shows a triskelion of symmetric spirals turned to the right.
On the obverse the head of Persephone, on the reverse the quadriga, and above, the triskelion.
Another is a triskelion, the arms of which turn to the right.
In the first place, the triskelion, which is the foundation of this hypothesis, made its first appearance on the coins of Lycia.
By the side of this Swastika is a triskelion, or three-armed ogee sign, with its ends also decorated with the same three dots.
Even the triskelion of the Lycian coins is within an indented square (figs. 225 and 226).