The name “Celtic” was given to those types of knots and stylized designs that performed a decorative function among the ancient Celts.
Basically, Celtic knots were used to decorate church monuments with manuscripts. Notable examples include the Book of Kells, the 8th century Lichfield Gospel, and the Lindisfarne Gospel. It was from that time that they began to spread across different countries and cultures of the world.
The main common meaning is the interlacing of the threads of life, symbolizing protection.
Celtic knot – a symbol of life, wisdom, unity of the elements, has many meanings, mainly in terms of a protective amulet.
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