Knots in Art

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Radmila Sazdanović; Ana Zeković; Ljiljana Radović; Slavik Jablan;

We analyze applications of knots and links in the Ancient art, beginning from Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, Byzantine and Celtic art. Construction methods used in art are analyzed on the examples of Celtic art and ethnical art of Tchokwe people from Angola or Tamil art, ... View more
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