Byssus

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Mytilus cum bysso iuxta Franciscopoli visus
Filamenta Pinnae nobilis

Byssus est filamentum a multis molluscis productum ut ad superficiem duram adhaerent. Byssus molluscorum edulium a coquis reicitur; byssus autem Pinnae nobilis specierumque aliquarum aliarum ab hominibus adhibetur ad pannos teneres "byssinos" texendos.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ecsedy, Hilda 1975. "Böz – An Exotic Cloth in the Chinese Imperial Court" in Altorientalische Forschungen vol. 3 pp. 145-153
  • Hill, Ioannes E. (2009) Through the Jade Gate to Rome: A Study of the Silk Routes during the Later Han Dynasty, 1st to 2nd Centuries CE. Charleston: BookSurge. ISBN 978-1-4392-2134-1 (vide Sect. 12 et appendicem B "Sea Silk")
  • Laufer, Bertoldus. 1915. "The Story of the Pinna and the Syrian Lamb" in Journal of American Folk-lore vol. 28 no. 108 pp. 103-128
  • McKinley, Daniel L. 1988. "Pinna and Her Silken Beard: A Foray Into Historical Misappropriations" in Ars Textrina vol. 29 pp. 9-223
  • Maeder, Felicitas, Ambros Hänggi et Dominik Wunderlin, edd. 2004. Bisso marino: fili d'oro dal fondo del mare; Muschelseide: Goldene Fäden vom Meeresgrund. Basileae: Naturhistoriches Museum and Museum der Kulturen
  • Starr, Cecie et Radulphus Taggart, Biology: The Unity and Diversity of Life. Belmont, CA: Thomson Learning, 2004
  • Turner, Ruta D. et Iosephus Rosewater. 1958. "The Family Pinnidae in the Western Atlantic" in Johnsonia vol. 3 (1958) pp. 285-326


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