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This is the Weaver.<br>
 
This is the Weaver.<br>
 
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A serpent coiled thus [in-line drawing ?] occurs in a<br> Christian gem engraved in <u>Smith</u> & <u>[Cheethain's ?]</u><br> Dict. of Xtian Antiquities Vol. 1.715. i.M.(gems)<br>
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A serpent coiled thus &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; occurs in a<br> Christian gem engraved in <u>Smith</u> & <u>[Cheethain's ?]</u><br> Dict. of Xtian Antiquities Vol. 1.715. i.M.(gems)<br>
 
quoting <u>King</u> Antique Gems & Rings vol 2. p26 note.)<br>
 
quoting <u>King</u> Antique Gems & Rings vol 2. p26 note.)<br>

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If the ends of the simple knot are
taken round and a is put up through
one bight & b down through the other
a knot is produced which is sometimes
used in ornamental work. This may
be made more elaborate by continuing
the process.

A granny 8 r. k. may be formed & is a
knot of 6 c. (of which there are 4) and
the math. figure given by Tait is

This is the Weaver.


A serpent coiled thus      occurs in a
Christian gem engraved in Smith & [Cheethain's ?]
Dict. of Xtian Antiquities Vol. 1.715. i.M.(gems)
quoting King Antique Gems & Rings vol 2. p26 note.)