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- Story of the Celts: Who are the Celts?
- The ancient Celts were a group of culturally similar peoples who once occupied most of central and western Europe, north of the Greco-Roman world. Perhaps the most common cultural characteristic of the ancient Celts were the Celtic languages, a branch of the...
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- Arai Unveils 2016 Limited Edition Isle of Man TT Races Helmet
- As well as the famous three-legged symbol (the ''Triskelion''), the words ''Ellan Vannin'' which is the Manx-language name of the Isle of Man have been used on every design. These references and the well-known Isle of Man TT Races logo form an integral ...
- 2016 Isle of Man TT Limited Edition Helmet Breaks Cover
- It's again that time of the year when Arai and Drudi Performace are raising the bar in anticipation of the 2016 edition of the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy.
- Triskelion Polo club charity challenge raises funds for The Children's Centre
- Triskelion Polo club charity challenge raises funds for The Children's Centre Over two hundred spectators flocked to Great Meadow, Castletown, to watch three corporate teams battle it out in a polo challenge to raise funds for The Children's Centre.
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- Things are a bit strange, starting with the rudderless cats and the language, a slouchy version of Gaelic called Manx.
- Greetings From Bitcoin Island
- His lapel pin implies even more enthusiasm for his adopted home; it's the Isle of Man's triskelion, a vaguely creepy heraldic symbol of three disembodied, armored legs.