In China, the first documented use of Cinnabar as a pigment was by the
Yangshao culture (5000–4000 BC), where it was used to paint ceramics, to cover
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Cinnabar was among a range of minerals used used to paint Yangshao ceramics
, and, at Taosi village, cinnabar was sprinkled into elite burials.
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Cinnabar has been used for thousands of years as a coloring agent because ...
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Sep 19, 2011 ... Cinnabar is a blood-red mineral, and one of the primary ores of mercury. ... In
ancient China, it was used in pottery glazes, turning fine dining ...
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Persian minai ceramics produced during the late twelfth and early thirteenth
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In pottery decoration, pigments which can withstand high temperatures such as
gosu, tessa (also known as oni'ita) and shinsa (cinnabar) are used to paint ...