scriptorial

scriptorial

(skrɪpˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
of or relating to a scriptorium
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Sodo, "Nondestructive spectroscopic investigation on historic Yemenite scriptorial fragments: evidence of different degradation and recipes for iron tannic inks," Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol.
Muller's focus on the female body as a scriptorial entity, as a script and representation, features Lola, the girl from the country who joins the Communist Party and at night lies in waiting for the factory workers to have sex in the park, an act symbolically consummated to suggest the grotesque intersection of public and private spheres in a communist context.
Language, Identity and the Scriptorial Landscape in Quebec and Catalonia Geographical Review, 93(4), 429-448.
Of course, chaos is the cup of tea for some modern music listeners, and it may be a rite of passage mandatory in the scriptorial academy.
Taken early under the wing of Italo Calvino, he was an active participant in Gruppo 63's collective exposition of new strategies of scriptorial practice and contributed his own manifesto to their project with the essay "Parlato come spettacolo." He brought a number of these strategies to fruition in strikingly inventive and ironic narratives peopled by characters jostling allegorically with the conditions of late modernity (Comiche, 1971, Le avventure di Guizzardi, 1973, and Lunario del paradiso, 1978).
This distinction between geographical and scriptorial space hangs over the letter.
1155), whose complex scriptorial engineering is matched only by the splendor of its pictorial programme.