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Old December 10th, 2011, 03:10 PM   #1
Yohann Gissinger
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Default Curvilinear stem with leaves border

Hello to all,

To illustrate the Onno Ydema thesis (I haven't read it yet) in the sense of a western gothic border ornamentation style (fig 39, 40, 41)



There is an example of a spanish rug (still existing?) with a similar border:



and for the tile joke a typical gothic style pavement from the "biblioteca Antonio Devoto" in Spain:








Best regards,
Y

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