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Carved ornament of crossed and recrossed cords or bands arranged like a single piece of flexible material returning upon itself, like unravelled knots. Called entrelacs, it is common in Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, and some Romanesque art.

Glazier (1926);O. Jones (1868);Lampugnani (ed.) and Dinsmoor (1986)

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Art.

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