[SCA-Dance] [sca-dance] Status of an illo?

Mary Railing mrailing2 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 1 17:29:57 EST 2010

The drawing in LoD is a re-drawing by Leah di Estera of Plate 4 in McGee, which is a greyscale reproduction of what had originally been a full-color miniature.  The caption under the plate says, "Music in the Garden of Delight, Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Le Roman de la Rose. Valencia, Biblioteca Universitaria, MS 387, fol. 6v."  Properly, you ought to contact Leah di Estera for permission to use her drawing, but I don't know where to find her contact info.


From: Tim McDaniel <tmcd at panix.com>
To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org
Sent: Mon, February 1, 2010 12:56:43 AM
Subject: [SCA-Dance] [sca-dance] Status of an illo?

I would like a cover illustration for a cheat-sheet booklet for an
upcoming ball.  The top illo at
looks like a lot of fun.  It is labelled

    Figures from Music in the Garden of Delight (Illus. in McGee,
    Medieval Instrumental Dances)

I can't tell from that, though, whether it's a medieval illustration,
or done by McGee or another modern person.  Anyone have the source to

Or anyone have contact info for the author of this Letter of Dance
author?  It says Leah di Estera, and
<http://www.aeheralds.net/precedence/> says that that's Lia di Padova,
a Laurel, and a bibliography suggests that she's m.k.a. Deborah
Rochefort, but I can't find an e-mail address.

Danyll de Lyncoln
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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