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The swastika is also seen in Egypt during the Coptic period.
Textile number T.231-1923 held at the V&A Museum in London includes small swastikas in its design.
Another hypothesis is that the four arms of the cross represent four aspects of nature - the sun, wind, water, soil.
Some have said the four arms of cross are four seasons, where the division for 90-degree sections correspond to the solstices and equinoxes.
The investigators put forth the theory that the swastika moved westward from India to Finland, Scandinavia, the British Highlands and other parts of Europe.
Indo-Iranians, Celts, Greeks, Germanic peoples and Slavs.
According to Mukti Jain, the symbol is part of "an intricate meander pattern of joined up swastikas" found on a late paleolithic figurine of a bird, carved from mammoth ivory, found in Mezine, Ukraine and dated to 15,000 years old.
Their efforts have traced references to swastikas in the Vedas at about that time period.
Beyond its certain presence in the "proto-writing" symbol systems, such as the Vinca script, There are a number of speculative hypotheses.
One hypothesis is that the cross symbols and the swastika share a common origin in simply symbolizing the sun.
A swastika generally takes the form of a cross whose arms are of equal length and perpendicular to the adjacent arms, each bent midway at a right angle.
The swastika was adopted by several organizations in pre–World War I Europe and later, and most notably, by the Nazi Party and Nazi Germany prior to World War II.