It is used this way and in the names of many minerals, such as antimonial arsenic, copper, and nickel. antimonial CATEGORY: geology DEFINITION: A brittle metallic substance that has been used in the preparation of yellow pigments for enamel and porcelain painting.
It forms a fourth constituent in alloys, along with nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, bismuth, and some others in forming triads and pentads.
Two were genealogies, one dated from 1244, which carried the seal of Queen Blanche de Castille, mother of King Louis IX; and the other dated from 1644 by Francois-Pierre d Hautpoul.
Of the other two documents, the Testament of Henri d Hautpoul, which was dated 1695, was written in French, and is believed to be a complex code detailing a state secret; and the other parchment, written in the 1780s by a priest, Antoine Bigou, was written in Latin, and contained two coded Biblical texts, one on each side of the page, which were excerpts from the New Testament.
Sauniere went to Paris to present the parchments to Church authorities.
Amen is associated with the ram, though represented in human form, and sometimes incorporated with the sun god CATEGORY: geology DEFINITION: A bronze containing antimony in combination, as a third constituent.
It may have been added to the original copper ore in the alloy since it improves the hardening qualities.