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tarsia:

see intarsiaintarsia
or tarsia,
properly a form of wood inlaying. The term is sometimes applied to inlays of other materials such as ivory and metal. It is differentiated from marquetry by the basic veneering process of the latter.
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tarsia

[′tär·sē·ə]
(graphic arts)

inlay, intarsia, marquetry

1. A shaped piece of one material embedded in another as part of a surface ornamentation.
2. Such ornamentation as a whole. Also see encaustic tile.
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(31) Para poder leer por las noches don Francisco tenia otro artilugio: "Me refirieron por cosa notable, cuando estuve en su casa de la Torre de Juan Abad, el ano de 1658 [...] que tenia una mesa larga, que cogia el ancho de la cama, con cuatro ruedas en los pies, para llegarsela con facilidad, despertando la noche para estudiar, y en ella muchos libros prevenidos, y pedernal, y yesca para encender la luz; pues solia tan a deshora comenzar su tarea, que por no aventurar los ratos de la noche muy acomodados para el estudio, no aguardaba, que un criado le trujese recado de estudiar" (Tarsia, 1663: 31).
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