In Celtic Art, Celtic knots (also known as 'endless knots' or 'mystic knots') are series of overlapping or interwoven knots which have no clear start or end.
They started to appear in Celtic Art in the second half of the 5th Century whereas Celtic spirals appeared much earlier, as early as 600 BC.
However, while they may have perfected it, the Celts were knot the first to come up with the knot design. The origin of the Celtic knot may go back to the Romans but most likely has its roots even earlier in Byzantine Constantinople.
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