Parchments :: Shared Description

The term parchment is a general term describing an animal skin which has been prepared for writing or printing, usually calf, goat, or sheep skin. Parchments made from calf skin are called vellum, from the French 'veau'. Parchment has traditionally been used instead of paper for important documents, as it was believed that it would last much longer than paper.
by Evelyn Simak

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TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak
TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak
TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak
TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak
TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak
TG4420 : Heigham Holmes (parchment) by Evelyn Simak


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Created: Mon, 7 Sep 2015, Updated: Mon, 7 Sep 2015

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