A binding composed of parchment, paper, or fabric, without boards.
A binding composed of parchment, paper, or fabric, without boards. Limp bindings were generally used during the later Middle Ages and Early Modern period for less expensive books.
- Arabic:غلاف ليّن ;تسحيّة
- French:Reliure souple
- Italian:Legatura floscia
- Spanish:Encuadernación flexible
Michelle Brown, Understanding Illuminated Manuscripts (Malibu, CA: J. Paul Getty Museum in association with the British Library, c1994).