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Lute (from Latin Lutum, meaning mud, clay etc.) was a substance used to seal and affix apparatus employed in chemistry and alchemy, and to protect component vessels against heat damage by fire; it was also used to line furnaces. Lutation was thus the act of "cementing vessels with lute".

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  • 封泥(ふうでい)とは古代の西アジアや中国において、重要物品を入れた容器や公的内容を記した木簡・竹簡の束を封緘するとともに、責任の所在を示す証明書として用いられた粘土の塊のこと。封緘、保管、輸送などを担当する責任者を記す記号や文字が刻まれたり、印が押捺されているのが普通。中国のものは印章と同様に蒐集・鑑賞、篆刻の参考資料として研究されている。
  • Lute (from Latin Lutum, meaning mud, clay etc.) was a substance used to seal and affix apparatus employed in chemistry and alchemy, and to protect component vessels against heat damage by fire; it was also used to line furnaces. Lutation was thus the act of "cementing vessels with lute".
  • Il luto (dal latino Lutum, che significa fango, argilla, ecc.) era una sostanza usata per sigillare e fissare gli apparecchi impiegati in chimica e alchimia e per proteggerli dal danno da calore provocato dal fuoco; era anche usato per la linea di saldatura di forni metallurgici . La lutazione, o lutatura, era quindi l'atto di "cementare vasi con luto".
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  • 封泥(ふうでい)とは古代の西アジアや中国において、重要物品を入れた容器や公的内容を記した木簡・竹簡の束を封緘するとともに、責任の所在を示す証明書として用いられた粘土の塊のこと。封緘、保管、輸送などを担当する責任者を記す記号や文字が刻まれたり、印が押捺されているのが普通。中国のものは印章と同様に蒐集・鑑賞、篆刻の参考資料として研究されている。
  • Il luto (dal latino Lutum, che significa fango, argilla, ecc.) era una sostanza usata per sigillare e fissare gli apparecchi impiegati in chimica e alchimia e per proteggerli dal danno da calore provocato dal fuoco; era anche usato per la linea di saldatura di forni metallurgici . La lutazione, o lutatura, era quindi l'atto di "cementare vasi con luto". Nella ceramica, la lutazione è una tecnica per unire insieme pezzi di argilla non cotta, ma della durezza simile al cuoio, usando uno strato di argilla bagnata come adesivo. L'oggetto completo viene quindi cotto. Ad esempio le figure dell'Esercito di Terracotta nell'antica Cina sono state costruite in questo modo. I bordi uniti possono essere segnati o tratteggiati per promuovere l'adesione, ma l'argilla e l'acqua sono gli unici materiali utilizzati.
  • Lute (from Latin Lutum, meaning mud, clay etc.) was a substance used to seal and affix apparatus employed in chemistry and alchemy, and to protect component vessels against heat damage by fire; it was also used to line furnaces. Lutation was thus the act of "cementing vessels with lute". In pottery, luting is a technique for joining pieces of unfired leather-hard clay together, using a wet clay slip or slurry as adhesive. The complete object is then fired. Large objects are often built up in this way, for example the figures of the Terracotta Army in ancient China. The edges being joined might be scored or cross-hatched to promote adhesion, but clay and water are the only materials used.
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