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Latten

Scope note

Copper-zinc-tin alloy, sometimes also including lead, made by melting ground calamine ore with charcoal and copper; used in the Medieval period for weights and utensils.

This term has 16 records attributed within our system.

Term type

AAT
Material
Object name

Getty AAT term number

3000198675

Broader Terms used

brass (alloy)

Created

11yrs ago

Connected records

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Metal worker: Unknown

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Metal worker: Unknown

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Metal worker: Unknown

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: IC

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unknown

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Metal worker: H?

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: Unidentified

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Metal worker: P

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