Parchment signed in St Albans years after historic meeting in the city led to the creation of Magna Carta. Paul Wright, manager of William Cowley, was one of over people to sign the document. Eight hundred years after St Albans set the scene for the creation of the iconic Magna Carta, the city has again made history with a piece of parchment. Herts Advertiser editor Matt Adams was one of over people to sign the document.
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The protective circle used to trap Meg in 1. The scorpion in the center is the fifth pentacle of Mars, about which the Key of Solomon says: Write thou this pentacle upon virgin parchment or paper, because it is terrible unto the demons, and at its sight and aspect they will obey thee, for they cannot resist its presence. The design as a whole forms the Great Pentacle : It should be written on sheepskin paper or virgin parchment, the which paper should be tinted green. The circle with the 72 divine letters should be red or the letters may be gold. The letters within the pentacle should be the same red, or sky blue everywhere, with the great name of God in gold.
Parchment is a writing material made from specially prepared untanned skins of animals—primarily sheep, calves, and goats. It has been used as a writing medium for over two millennia. Vellum is a finer quality parchment made from the skins of young animals such as lambs and young calves. It may be called animal membrane by libraries and museums that wish to avoid distinguishing between "parchment" and the more-restricted term "vellum" see below.