Artlover87's entries

Here's the list of symbols submitted by Artlover87  — There are currently 1,549 symbols total — keep up the great work!

Firebending
In the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender, firebending is the ability to mentally manipulate fire through the use of martial arts.
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Earthbending
In the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender, earthbending is the ability to mentally manipulate earth through the use of martial arts.
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Waterbending
In the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender, waterbending is the ability to mentally manipulate water through the use of martial arts.
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Scarab
This little beetle may seem to be a rather innocuous creature, but the symbolism attached to it places this insect in the same rank as many far more impressive beasts, and in some cases above them.
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American Atheists
Founded in 1963, American Atheists is a major player in the ongoing battle to separate religious teachings from government proceedings.
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Druze Flag
This flag represents the approximately one million people who are followers of Druze, a rich yet secretive religion centered primarily in Syria and Lebanon, as well as parts of Jordan and Israel.
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Tiratana
The tiratana represents the three most fundamental aspects of Buddhism.
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Druze Star
A symbol such as this one might not look out of place at a child’s birthday celebration, but it is in fact the emblem of a relatively obscure religion that possesses a rich and eclectic cultural hist…
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Jerusalem Cross
Dating back nearly 1000 years and also known as the Crusader's Cross, this symbol has been a noteworthy Christian emblem since its creation.
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The Dark Mark
One of the most iconic symbols of the Harry Potter series, no matter where the Dark Mark appears, it always inspires awe and terror.
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Shou
This symbol, whose name can also be spelled as "chou", is representative of longevity (long life), an overriding theme in traditional Chinese culture.
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Manaia
Often worn as a pendant, the manaia is an important cultural symbol for the Maori people of New Zealand.
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Baphomet
Upon first glance, this image seems like the quintessential portrait of the devil. It certainly has demonic symbolism attached to it, but the history of Baphomet and how the name became associated wi…
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Palad Khik
This name of this suggestively shaped symbol translates as "honorable surrogate penis" and is closely associated with modern-day Thailand.
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Fu
An ancient symbol of good luck, the character fu is a popular motif throughout China.
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Double Happiness
The form of this symbol can vary slightly from case to case, but wherever it is seen, the meaning is always the same.
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Claddagh
Often seen as a decorative element in jewelry, this familiar symbol embodies several values that have long been key components of human culture.
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William Marshal
The coat of arms of Sir William Marshal, one of the greatest knights of the Middle Ages, consists of a red rampant lion on a field per pale (vertically divided in two) of vert (green) and or (yellow/…
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Tiger
In parts of Asia, the tiger supplants the lion as the so-called “King of Beasts”. Its ferocity and majestic appearance have given it important symbolic meaning in cultures throughout the continent.
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Smithsonian Institution
Headquartered in the United States capital of Washington D.C., and with affiliates all throughout North America (and a few beyond), the Smithsonian Institution is the largest museum and research comp…
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Maltese Cross
This symbol takes its name from the island nation of Malta in the southern Mediterranean Sea, which it has been associated with since the 16th century and of where a version of the symbol appears on …
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Crook and Flail
Individually, these objects each carry noteworthy meaning, but together they are a millennia-old symbol of power and authority.
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Tudor Rose
Appearing in a range of slightly varying forms, the Tudor Rose has been a traditional symbol of the English monarchy since it first appeared in the late 15th century.
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