Who Discovered Silver?

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Silver has been known since ancient times, so it is impossible to credit a single person for their discovery.
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Known since ancient times. silver was discovered in the ancient times.in the bible silver was mentioned.but I'm not sure if where did they discovered it.they say it was in Asia minor
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It is unknown who first discovered silver as it is one of the elements that has been known
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Silver has been known since ancient times, so the discoverer is unknown. The largest silver nugget was found 1894 near Aspen, CO and weighed 1,840 lbs!
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Silver (from Anglo-Saxon seolfor, compare Old High German silabar; Ag is from the Latin argentum) has been known since ancient times. It is mentioned in the book of Genesis, and slag
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Silver has been known since ancient times.
Unfortunately it is impossible to credit any one person with the discovery of silver. Silver has been known of since ancient times. Evidence would suggest that people have been using silver for over 5000 years.
Silver has been known since the very ancient times and is not given a certain person who discovered it. It is also unknown what date it was actually discovered in.
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