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  • The double-bitted axe remains a forestry tool to this day,[2] and the labrys certainly functioned as a tool, hewing wood, and wielded in war[3] before it was invested with symbolic function.[4] Labrys symbolism is found in Minoan, Thracian, and. — “Labrys - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • One basic version of the labrys symbol, a stylized form of the ancient Cretan double-bladed axe sometimes used in modern times to symbolize lesbianism and/or matriarchy and/or neo-pagan goddess-worship (the common denominator being women's "strength and self-sufficiency". — “File:Labrys-symbol.svg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • This "hammer" is properly called a labrys, a purely religious symbol like the christian You have not produced a single source that says that Charun carried a labrys, just one source that says the labrys is an improtant cultural symbol to the Etruscans. — “Talk:Charun/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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