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  • 1 Antherea

    Several commercial varieties of wild silks are obtained from the silkworms as under. These worms do not feed on mulberry leaves, and because of this fact are called wild silks: - Antherea Yama-Mai - A native of Japan which feeds on oak leaves. The caterpillar is green-coloured - its cocoon is large and bright green. The fibre is not so readily dyed and bleached as Bombax mori. Antherea Pernyi - A native of China, feeding on oak leaves. The cocoon is large and of a yellow to brown colour. Antherea Assama - A native of India, giving a large cocoon. Antherea Mylitta - A native of India (see Antherea Silk)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Antherea

  • 2 Antherea Silk

    A term often applied to the silk produced by the Antherea mylitta, a wild silkworm of India, which gives the so-called tussah silk. The worms feed on the leaves of the castor-oil plant, and give very large cocoons. The fibre is much longer than from the cocoon of the Pombyx mori, varying from 600 to 2,000 yards in length. The colour of tussah silk varies from a grey to a deep brown. Other wild silks are also frequently given this name (see Antherea)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Antherea Silk

  • 3 Tussah Silk

    Wild silk, brownish in colour, produced by the silkworm Antherasa Mylitta. The most important of the wild silks, and imported from India and China. The Chinese variety is of a darker colour than the Indian. Fabrics known under this term indicate that they have tussah silk as a whole or part of their construction. The yarn is generally spun as the bulk of the cocoons cannot be reeled.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Tussah Silk

  • 4 Antherea

    род бабочки из семейства Bombyx шёлкового подвида (главные разновидности: A mylitta, A pernyi, A muga или asammo, A mezankoorie, A roylei)

    English-Russian dictionary on textile and sewing industry > Antherea

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  • Mylitta — (griechisch Μύλιττα) war eine im perserzeitlichen Babylon von den Assyrern und Persern verehrte Göttin, die nach Herodot der Aphrodite oder Aphrodite Urania der Griechen gleichzusetzen ist. Nach dem 1. Buch der Historien des Herodot, musste… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mylitta — prop. n. (Babylonian and Assyrian Mythology) The goddess of love and fertility and war; also called {Ishtar}; the counterpart of Ashtoreth and Astarte. Syn: Ishtar. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mylitta — MYLITTA, æ, Gr. Μύλιττα, ας, ein Namen der Venus, unter welchem sie von den Assyrern verehret wurde. Herodoti Clio, I. c. 131. In ihrem Tempel zu Babylon mußte sich eine jede eingeborene Weibesperson einmal in ihrem Leben von einem Fremden… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • Mylitta — Mylitta, bei den Assyriern u. in Babylon verehrte Göttin, welche als die Allgebärerin gedacht wurde, daher von den Griechen mit Aphrodite Urania identificirt; vgl. Alilat …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Mylitta — Mylitta, s. Istar …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Mylitta — Mylitta, babylon. Naturgöttin, Personifikation der weiblichen Fruchtbarkeit …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Mylitta — Mylitta, bei den Babyloniern die Mondgöttin, die Personification der weiblichen Zeugungskraft …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • MYLITTA — Venus dicta est apud Assvirios, ad cuius templum mulieres indienae semel in vita cum externis hominibus consuetudinem habere lege cogebantur: hospitem vero illum, qui pecuniam in sin um mulieris iniuciebat, dicere oportebat, Tanti ego tibi Deam… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Mylitta — /mi lit euh/, n. Ishtar. * * * …   Universalium

  • Mylitta — noun Babylonian and Assyrian goddess of love and fertility and war; counterpart to the Phoenician Astarte • Syn: ↑Ishtar • Regions: ↑Babylon, ↑Assyria • Instance Hypernyms: ↑Semitic deity * * * /mi lit euh/, n. Ishtar …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mylitta Fluctus — Lavastrom auf Venus Mylitta Fluctus Mylitta Fluctus, mit markierter Quelle (Source) …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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