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Lexicographical Neighbors of Floreated
Literary usage of Floreated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1879)
"sceptre, rising from a tomb, with green coffin-slab bearing a floreated cross raised and thrown back ; background blue, with yellow stained border. 23. ..."
2. Guide to the Manuscripts, Autographs, Charters, Seals, Illuminations and by British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, George Frederic Warner (1906)
"1467), a floreated- lozenge, and a bee ; in the border, the same lozenge and a rosette ... Binding of brown leather, gilt-tooled : a panel of rich floreated ..."
3. Yorkshire County Magazine by Joseph Horsfall Turner (1891)
"(2) a well delineated representation of the Agony. (8) within a floreated medallion, David in the act of decapitating Goliath. ..."
4. The Numismatic Chronicle by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1872)
"... on the reverse the floreated cross and fleurs-de-lis, with the legend ... floreated cross, with fleurs-de-lis in each quarter. At F05. P1. IV. No. 3. 2. ..."
5. A Guide to the Manuscripts, Autographs, Charters, Seals, Illuminations and by British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, Edward John Long Scott (1899)
"Binding of brown leather, gilt-tooled: a panel of rich floreated pattern ... Binding of brown leather, gilt-tooled; a panel having a floreated circular ..."
6. The Complete Works of John Gower by John Gower (1901)
"floreated border of first page and half borders at the beginning of books, well executed. Two miniatures, on f. 5v° the Image of the dream, and on f. ..."