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Ancient mineralogy, or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the Ancients
N. F. Moore
To those who know how deficient the ancients were in the knowledge of salts, and of mineralogy in general, this assertion will without further proof appear highly probable. Alum and vitriol are neutral salts, or to speak more correctly, saline substances, which have . The types peculiar to the old or the new world are few; among them may be mentioned the horse and ass and the dromedary of Asia, and the opossum of North America; but upon this subject more details may be found in every text-book of zoology and botany. schools of Magi mentioned by Pliny, the most ancient, the * The Book of Enoch thus states the names and offices of the “Angels who watch”: Uriel presides over clamour and terror: Raphael over the spirits of men: Ragiel inflicts punishment on the world and the luminaries; Michael, who presides over human virtue, commands the Size: 2MB.
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Ancient mineralogy, or, An inquiry Ancient mineralogy mineral substances mentioned by the ancients. New York: Harper, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Ancient mineralogy / Contributors: Nathaniel Fish Moore. Page I ANCIENT MINERALOGY; OR, AN INQUIRY RESPECTING MINERAL SUBSTANCES MENTIONED BY THE ANCIENTS: WITH OCCASIONAL REMARKS Or THE USES TO WHICH THEY WERE APPLIED.
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; 2nd edition. Lectures on the Greek language and literature. A historical sketch of Columbia University, in the city of New-York. Moore, Nathaniel Fish ().Born: DecemNewton, Illinois. Nathaniel Fish Moore, Ancient Mineralogy or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned By The Ancients, page This goldenhair might be compared, or is perhaps the same, with the Venus hairstone; which is quartz or by such acicular crystals of the red oxide of titanium.E.L.L., Temple Bar, volume 3, page Ancient mineralogy: or, an inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients: with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied.
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MOSCARDO, L. Note overo Memorie del Museo di Lodovico Moscardo nobile. A History of the Sciences has been planned to present for the information of the general public a historic record of the great divisions of science.
Each volume is the work of a writer who is accepted as an authority on his own subject-matter. The books are not to be considered as primers, but present thoroughly digested information on the relations borne by each great. MOORE, N.F.
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