anthracītis, tidis, f. (ἀνθρακιτις), eine Art Karbunkel, Kohlenkarbunkel, Plin. 37, 189. – Nbf. anthracītēs, ae, m., Solin. 37, 24 M. (Vulg. mit vielen Hdschrn. anthracias). 1806–1895.

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