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Atramentum

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Ampullae atramentariae.

Ātrāmentum (-i, n.) (ex verbo ater) est liquidum vel gluten valde coloratum, plerumque atrum, pigmentum habens, per quod adumbrationes vel textus parantur.

Temporibus antiquis atramenta adhiberi solebant[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vide imprimis Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, vol. 1, p. 679 s. v. atramentum
  2. Cicero, de natura deorum 2,127: … se aliae occultatione tutantur: atramenti effusione saepiae torpore torpedines … depellunt
  3. Ovidius, Halieutica 18ss: saepia tarda fugae, tenui cum forte sub unda / deprensa est, iam iamque manus timet illa rapaces, / inficiens aequor nigrum vomit illa cruorem, / avertitque vias, oculos frustrata sequentes.

Nexus interni

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Sine nomine. 2000. Bach Scores Turning to Dust in German Library. American Libraries Martius, 24–25.
  • Barrow, W. J. 1972. Manuscripts and Documents: Their Deterioration and Restoration. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. ISBN 0813904080.
  • Reißland, Birgitm, et Suzan de Groot. 1999. Ink Corrosion: Comparison of the Currently Used Aqueous Treatments for Paper Objects. Preprint ex 9th International Congress of IADA, 15–21 Augusti, 121–29.
  • Rouchon-Quillet, V., J. Bernard, A. Wattiaux, L. Fournes, et al. 2004. The Impact of Gallic Acid on Iron Gall Ink Corrosion. Applied Physics A 79 (2): 389–392. doi:10.1007/s00339-004-2541-1.