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Celtic and Norse Designs CD-ROM and Book (Dover Electronic Clip Art) (edition 2006)

by Amy Lusebrink, Courtney Davis

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Title:Celtic and Norse Designs CD-ROM and Book (Dover Electronic Clip Art)
Authors:Amy Lusebrink
Other authors:Courtney Davis
Info:Dover Publications (2006), Paperback, 52 pages
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Rescued from ancient sources, these exceptionally bold motifs include an amazing array of birds, human figures, and mythological creatures, all ingeniously woven into intricate networks of spirals and interlacings. 221 illustrations, 48 of them in color, meticulously adapted from artwork that once graced ancient rune stones, furniture, sword hilts, and other artifacts.

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