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Celtic Symbols: Meaning of the Celtic knot, the triquetra.

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Celtic Symbols: Meaning of the Celtic knot, the triquetra.

Introduction to Celtic Symbols They can be found on many monuments and works from the pagan and Christian periods. Celtic culture, especially from the 8th century A.D. onwards, is characterised by magnificent interlacing such as those in the Book of Kells, but when studying archaeological finds, one must face the facts, the interlacing is not only the work of the Celts. Many runic stones and other Nordic Mythological works of art also feature splendid interlacing. And also Among the Slavs. The Main Celtic Symbols The Celtic Cross  The Celtic Knot ...

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    The symbolism of the Celtic Knot

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    The symbolism of the Celtic Knot

    The Celtic Knot Symbols Who does not know these splendid motifs that are the celtic knot? In Europe, they decorate many monuments and works from the pagan and Christian periods. Although nowadays it is customary to believe that it is a typically Celtic art, it should be pointed out that this is not true. Certainly, Celtic culture, especially from the 8th century A.D. onwards, was characterised by magnificent interlacing such as those in the Book of Kells, but when studying archaeological finds, it must be realised that interlacing was not...

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