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Vermiculated means covered with a dense but irregular pattern of lines, as though made by worm-tracks; the word derives from the Latin for worm. It may refer to:

Art and architecture

  • In architecture, a form of rustication where the stone is cut with a pattern of wandering lines
  • In metalwork, a type of background found in Romanesque enamels, especially on chasse reliquary caskets


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