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“From left to right at top, there are seven colors, all pure reference (i.e., unmixed), ranging from Spanish white through deeper blue colors — smalt and indigo — to atramentum siricum, a dark blue-black.”
“At left, from top to bottom, are first the pure yellows and then the pure reds, moving from lightest (ceruse) through atramentum fuliginosti, a dark red-brown.”
“The former was made either of lampblack or some other sort of charcoal, or from the cuttlefish, and was called atramentum.”
“The atramentum indicum, mentioned by Pliny, was probably the Chinese”
“Furthermore, while the Talmud excludes the use of certain inks of which iron vitriol was one, it does not exclude atramentum, (chalkanthum, copper vitriol), because the Talmud never speaks of it.”
“Yes," answered the expert, "it can, if one uses atramentum or the philosopher's stone.”
“Quae de colore rubro potat Maschius, ea solum exemplar Durlacense respiciunt, in quo color il - le litteris vel ornatibus super inductus est, non nostra, quae, ut mos fere - bat Soncinatum typographorum, 11 i - gerrimum hic atramentum praeseferunt.”
“Prodefi glabris genis, coiIachrymationibm, • erofisiL oculorum angulvs, ex eafit atramentum fcriporium.”
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