TRIQUETRA: A CELTIC TYRONE KNOT
This design is a triquetra formed by two interwoven parallel lines. The
two parallel lines are used to represent one individual's life and his or
her relationship to a loved one, interwoven yet separate. Each triquetra
also represents the forces of nature: earth, air and water. Later the
triquetra was interpreted as the Holy Trinity. The interwoven lines
promote strength of friendship and love. It is found on the
Donaghmore Cross. Co. Tyrone.