Ege, Otto F.
Leaf 25. "In the earlier periods there was generally a harmonious unity between the spirit of the ornament and the character of the writing. This unity is exemplified in this leaf. The three-lobed, gracefully drawn symmetrical fronds of leaves in the ornament are usually accepted without question as representing the ivy plant. In the Middle Ages many magical and medicinal qualities were attributed to this plant" (Ege). "Some pages of this manuscript book show the effect of having been exposed to dampness."
Recto notes: Possible insect damage, damage to bottom right corner. Verso notes: Possible insect damage, damage to bottomleft corner
Ege, Otto F.
Fifty original leaves from medieval manuscripts, Western Europe, XII-XVI century.
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Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries; Z109 .E4 YSMS Spec 31794000831238
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This is a rights statement for the compound object consisting of the medieval manuscript leaf and the information card provided by Otto Ege. The leaf has No Copyright in the United States. The card has No Known Copyright. Determination was attempted and based on Ege's death date and possible publication date. It was concluded that the card is probably not in copyright.