Three Legs Good – The Story Behind the Manx Triskelion
Eye-catching, attractive and extremely unusual, the Three Legs of Man are proudly displayed all over the Isle of Man.
Appearing on flags and buildings, painted on boats, reproduced in stained glass, carved in wood and cut out of metal, the three legs run in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colours. But where do they come from? What’s the story behind them? Which way should they be running?
This book, fully illustrated in colour, provides the answers to these frequently asked questions.