Who Invented the Color Purple?

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Color purple was not invented so it is a naturally occurring and a mixture of red and blue wavelengths of light. Purple is a range of hues of color and its combinations occurs by mixing the primary colors red and blue in varying proportions. It is a secondary color because two colors make up this color and on the color wheel it is between magenta and violet and its tints and shades.
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You can say that God invented it since purple is really a natural color.
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Flowers that are purple in color are May Night Salvia, Picture of Crocuses, Picture of Purple Allium Flower. There's also the beautiful purple Petunias.
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The great god Dionysos.
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