Calcar or silicon stone Pictorial layer = raw clay/argil -> silicon preparation -> calcar powder and magnesium mixed at animal glue, arabic gum, ‘cooked’ chalk/gypsum Bee wax -> encaustic painting Egyptian blue (amorphous) and egyptian green (cristalized), (copper, natron/sodium carbonate I think) ‘fried’ Cooking 900° x days (‘x’ is sometimes used instead of ‘per’ which means ‘for’)
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