- Here are entered works on notes, scribbles, or editorial comments made in the margins of books. Works on drawings and flourishes in medieval illuminated manuscript margins are entered under [Marginal illustrations.]
- Marginal notes
- Notes, Marginal
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: McIlwain Nishimura, M. Images in the margins, 2009: CIP galley (marginalia is a modern term that refers to words or images in the margins of a page; derived from Latin, meaning things in margins)
- found: A&AT, Apr. 2, 2009 (marginalia (annotations): notes written or printed in the margins of pages; for scenes or figures in the margins or decorative borders of a page of text use "marginal illustrations")
Here are entered works on notes, scribbles, or editorial comments made in the margins of books. Works on drawings and flourishes in medieval illuminated manuscript margins are entered under [Marginal illustrations.]
subdivision [Library--Marginal notes] under names of individual persons
- 2001-08-02: new
- 2009-05-04: revised
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