Did you guys know that the type of window that is depicted in the manuscript (above the grid that I think is somehow important...) is frequently referred to as a Fleur de lis because of the three interlocking leaves which represent the Trinity?

Probably doesn't mean anything, but that's what I'm down to here...

The Fleur de lis are pretty too... the bottom right one is one that is frequently used only for


Probably not important either, but trivia fills up the spaces where the good knowledge is supposed to go. I couldn't find any of the other specific fleures....