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The Swastika; Symbol, Origin and Migration
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Great Britian and Aquitania
; The swastika reference during the Gallico-Roman period is to the sky-god Thor, and is representative of the thunderbolt. Swastikas were discovered on church altars(27).
(27)Heller and Roth, pg. 35
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