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Tudor flowers

Scope note

Ornamental motifs like an upright formalized ivy leaf, common in English Late Gothic and Tudor architecture, especially for brattishing. PDARC

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

30009973

Broader Terms used

<plant-derived motifs>

Equivalent Terms used

Tudor flower

Created

12yrs ago

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