chartula

chartula

(kăr′tū-lă) [L., small piece of paper]
A paper folded to form a receptacle containing a dose of medicine.
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A peculiar original parchment document, the Chartula of S.
The XRF measurements on the Chartula showed that the calcium content of the parchment had almost doubled after the treatment, increasing from 0.4 g Ca per 100 g of parchment before the treatment to 0.7 g Ca per 100 g of parchment after the application of nano-calcium carbonate.
Martinelli et al., "The Assisi Chartula by the hand of Saint Francis: non-destructive characterization by spectroscopic, spectrometric and optical methods," Annali di Chimica, vol.
When the battle was joined in Convocation Randolph went on the offensive and stigmatised the Proctors' Representation as "falsa et futilia, et prave detorta: Haec Chartula continet Libellum" (30).
obtinuit chartulas clinicas Conventae ex nosocomiis: in tabulis processualibus adest adnotatio Cancellarii diei 3 novembris 1993 de exitu <<negativo>> instantiae praefati Tribunalis, sed sine indicatione rationis.