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Une Attestation de L'emploi de L'encre de Calmar ou de Seiche (sépia) en Méditerranée Musulmane au Vie/xiie Siècle

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La préparation et l'emploi des encres dans le monde musulman au Moyen Âge sont relativement bien connus grâce notamment à des témoignages directs. Mais jusqu'à présent, l'encre de calmar ou de seiche, c'est-à-dire la sépia, semblait inconnue. Or, une observation d'Abù Hamid al-Garnati, lors de sa traversée de la Méditerranée, indique que la sépia était utilisée pour écrire.

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2005-01-01
2016-07-28

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