Three Legs

by 24th March 2015

The Three Legs


Eye-catching, attractive and extremely unusual, the Three Legs of Man are proudly displayed all over the island.  But where do they come from?  What's the story behind them?  And which way should they be running?
Loaghtan Books' new publication Three Legs Good provides a brief introduction to the Isle of Man's famous symbol and traces its history from cultures as different as Celtic Ireland and Ancient Greece.

Full colour throughout the book illustrates the huge number of different ways the Three Legs can be represented, and celebrates the Manx people's pride in their national emblem.
Retailing at £4.95 the book is available in all good book shops, gifts shops and retail outlets.  

Posted by boss
24th March 2015 3:11 am.
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