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A classic design motif that consists of interlocking and repeated geometric designs — typically vertical and horizontal lines linked together at right angles. The look is also called "Greek key" because of its ancient Grecian origins. The bold, masculine pattern is often used as a border or a decorative accent on rugs, dinnerware, and wooden furniture.
Originally posted by spikedmilk
so anyways, l mentioned it was probly a bad exmple I had there. But I did find that square relief is called the "classic greek key pattern"
Originally posted by Shawn B.
That square can be seen in circle form too, which comes from Atlantis, but I can't say whether or not the thing itself is.
A lot of megalithic sites have that circle which marks Atlantis.
Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
There is no way to determine if it is native to the location it was found. Since being in the ocean leaves the possibility that is was lost in a ship wreck, throw over board intentionally, or accidentally. We would have to know the circumstances of its recovery.
[edit on 24-9-2008 by All Seeing Eye]