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Zodiac symbols -- style C infographic

Zodiac signs C

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April 13, 1995 -- A set of 12 astrological symbols embosed on a blue lozenge.

Aries, the Ram, March 21 - April 19, the “V” symbol resembling the horns of the ram.

Aquarius, the Water Bearer, January 20 - February 18, the wavy lines of the symbol representing water.

Cancer, the Crab, June 22 - July 22, the two circles with tails of the symbol denoting a crab with its curving claws.

Capricorn, the Sea Goat, December 22 - January 19. The sea goat was a mythical creature with the upper body of a goat and the tail of a fish. The “V” shaped symbol represents the goat’s horned head with the curling sinuous fish’s tail behind .

Gemini, the Twins, May 21 - June 21, symbolized by two “I”s like the Roman numeral II, denoting duality.

Leo, the Lion, July 23 - August 22, symbolized by a curving line representing a lion’s head and mane.

Libra, the Scales, September 23 - October 22, symbolized by the approximately equal sign, meaning balanced.

Pisces, the pair of Fishes, February 19 - March 20, symbolized by a pair of parentheses, their backs to each other with a line across the middle, like two fish in water, joined together but swimming in opposite directions.

Sagittarius, the Centaur or Archer, November 22 - December 21, a mythical creature half man and half horse with a bow and arrow. Symbol shows an arrow.

Scorpio, the Scorpion, October 23 - November 21, symbolized by an “M” with arrowed tail representing a scorpion with its deadly sting

Taurus, the Bull, April 20 - May 20, the circular symbol denoting the face of the bull with horns.

Virgo, the Virgin, August 23 - September 22, symbolized by an “M” with the third down-stroke doubled, representing the ovaries, vagina and uterus.

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