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Use of metadata
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Use of fragment descriptions
Fragment descriptions have their license and copyright information at the beginning of the description. Most of the descriptions on Fragmentarium are published under a Creative Commons Attribution license . Some, however, are reproduced from copyrighted works with the express permission of the author or publisher.
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