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Interlacing carved cord or ribbon ornament, occurring at many times and in many styles. Obvious examples are the intricate patterns in Anglo-Saxon and Celtic design, but it also occurs in arabesque, Art Nouveau, Moorish architecture, and strapwork, to name but a few examples.

Lewis & Darley (1986)

Subjects: Architecture.

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