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Stains Alive! BiblioPhilly and Labeculae vivae: The categorization of stains in alchemical manuscripts using multispectral imaging — Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis

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Fifty-two discoveries from the BiblioPhilly project, No. 8/52A guest post by former Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies CLIR Fellow, Dr. Erin Connelly Recipes and extracts on alchemy, medicine, metal-working, cosmetics, veterinary science, agriculture, wine-making, and other subjects, Northwestern Italy, Probably before 22 December 1438. Philadelphia, Science History Institute, MS Othmer 1, front cover Labeculae vivae…

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