Definition of encaustum, encautum
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LNS
encaustum, encaustum
(encautum, encautum)
encaustus
ἔγκαυστον
noun (n., indeclinable declension)
  1. the purple-red ink of the later Roman emperors
Abbreviations
encaustus (encaut-), a, um, adj., = ἔγκαυστος, burned in, encaustic. Adj.: genus pingendi, the encaustic mode of painting, Plin. 35, 11, 41, § 149; cf., respecting it, O. Muller, Archaol. § 320: Phaethon, Mart. 4, 47, 1.

— Subst.: en-caustum (encaut-), i., n., = ἔγκαυστον, the purple-red ink of the later Roman emperors, Cod. Th. 7, 20, 1; August. contra Faust. 3, 18; Cod. Just. 1, 23, 6 al.
 
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