The colors of the Italian flag...

This pin discusses the relevance of the colours on the Italian flag and highlights the main values of Italian culture which are, hope and joy, peace and harmony, and strength and values.

Black Symbols - Italy Royalty Free Stock Vector Art Illustration

Italy culture icons.

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Jannaric Runes (used by Italian Sea Witches) Should be drawn with devotion and intent for most potency!

The cimaruta ("chee-mah-roo-tah"; plural cimarute) is an Italian folk charm, a type traditionally worn around the neck or hung above an infant's bed to ward off the evil eye (Italian: mal'occhio). Commonly made of silver, the amulet itself consists of several small apotropaic charms (some of which draw upon Christian symbolism), with each individual piece attached to what is supposed to represent a branch of rue—the flowering medicinal herb for which the whole talisman is named

Many Italian witches believe in the historical existence of a woman named Aradia, who brought about a revival of Italian Witchcraft.

Appears to be an all-seeing eye with a talisman in the center radiating out rays of power.

the symbol in the middle is the sigil of Lucifer, image originates in the sixteenth century Italian Grimoirium Verum, or “Grimoire of Truth"

Ivory Plaque with Agnus Dei on a Cross between Emblems of the Four Evangelists, German or North Italian, c. 1000–1050

Plaque with Agnus Dei on a Cross between Emblems of the Four Evangelists, German or North Italian Ivory-the artwork is from the book of Kells/Dublin Ireland.

Italian Brands ~ Ferrari Symbol & Horse Mascot #Ferrari #SportCars

Ferrari S. is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello. Founded: The Ferrari logo is a prancing horse (Cavallino Rampante) used since

Carlo Crivelli, 1476; St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel.

Carlo Crivelli ~ St Catherine of Alexandria with her symbolic attribute, a wheel (detail) ~ 1476 ~ ~ Polyptych of San Domenico ~ National Gallery, London.

Klimt's Old Italy Designs for the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien

Gustav Klimt: Wall Detail in the Kuntshistorisches Museum in Vienna (Klimt is famous not just for his large canvases, but also for his sometimes huge murals.

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