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Mercury (alternate #6)
One of several alchemical symbols for mercury, this one indicating both the substance and the planet.
Venus (alternate)
Killing multiple birds with a single stone, this alchemical symbol represents Venus (the goddess and the planet) as well as the metal copper.
Gold (alternate #1)
One of several alchemical symbols used to indicate gold.
Anchor Cross
This symbol, which can take several different forms, is a variation of the Christian cross.
Anchor Cross (alternate #1) or White lead
This symbol, which can take several different forms, is a variation of the Christian cross.
Anchor Cross (alternate #2)
This symbol, which can take several different forms, is a variation of the Christian cross.
Mercury (alternate #7)
An alchemical symbol indicating argent vif ("lining silver" in French), otherwise known as mercury.
Mont Bégo #3
A carving discovered on the face of Mont Bégo in southwestern France, in the Vallée des Merveilles ("Valley of Marvels"). No contextual information known at this time.
Barranco de Balos
A rock carving from Barranco de Balos on the island of of Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). No contextual information known at this time.
Viascón #2
A Bronze Age carving from Viascón in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Appears to be a version of the swastika.
Mars-Saffron
A 17th century chemical symbol for Mar-Saffron. This form of rusted iron is produced by exposing small iron filings simultaneously to both water and air, causing them to oxidize quickly.
House Hightower
The sigil of House Hightower from Game of Thrones.
Pontevedra #3
A carving discovered in Pontevedra, northwestern Spain. No contextual information known at this time.
Purification (alternate) or setting (alchemy)
An alchemical symbol that represents both purification and setting.
Magnetic iron or rising (alchemy)
An alchemical symbol that can indicate either magnetic iron or the process of rising.
The Deathly Hallows
In the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, this symbol represents the Deathly Hallows, three powerful objects that, if united, will give a person the ability to surpass human mortality and overcome …
Helm of Awe
Aegishjalmur, also called Ægishjálmur is an ancient protective talisman of the Norse ---but the true nature of its magic has many interpretations. In icelandic sagas it can be found to confer power a…
Strain (alchemy)
An alchemical symbol indicating the process of filtration or straining.
Alcohol (alternate #3)
One of several alchemical symbols used to indicate alcohol, in this case wine spirit or "eau de vie".
Evangelization Cross (alternate #2)
This form of the Christian cross represents the process of evangelization.
Quicklime (alternate)
An alchemical symbol used to indicate quicklime, also known as calcium oxide.
Arsenic sulphide (alchemy)
A 17th century chemical symbol for arsenic sulphide, also known as auripigmentum or orpiment, mineral As₂S₃.
Nazar
Believed to have originated in modern-day Turkey, the nazar is a type of amulet that can be seen, in varying forms, in countries all around the Mediterranean Sea.
Obelisk
The obelisk is an architectural feature that originated in ancient Egypt. Although simple in design, the crafting and transportation of these monolithic masterpieces was a highly involved process, an…
Flag of Kurdistan
The Flag of Kurdistan (Kurdish: ئاڵای کوردستان) includes the three equal horizontal Red, Yellow, Green and white with sun disk ("Rozh" "Roj" "Roush") having 21 rays, equal in size and shape.

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