Celto-Germanic



having the characteristics of both the Celtic and Germanic peoples.
pertaining to or designating a style of art developed in northern and western Europe from about the 5th to 9th centuries a.d., chiefly characterized by the use of recognizable human or animal motifs elaborated into complex interlaced patterns.

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