Lacertine

Lacertines, most commonly found in Celtic Art, are interlaces created by animal forms. Interlaces are a two-dimensional decoration formed by a number of ribbons or straps woven into a complex, usually symmetrical design. The art is intricate, often incorporating animals into the elaborate twisting knots, and maze-like weavings. Some of the most co...
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Lacertine

• (a.) Lacertian.
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Lacertine

La┬Ěcer'tine adjective (Zoology) Lacertian.
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Lacertine

An animal with ribbon-like body used in zoomorphic interlace.
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lacertine

lacertine A reference to lizards.
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