Cinnabar and cinnabarite likely deriving from the Ancient Greek: κιννάβαρι (
kinnabari), refer to ..... 84f, 79-88, in History of Toxicology and Environmen...
Cinnabar, or mercury sulphide (HgS) is a highly toxic, naturally occurring form of
the mercury mineral, which was used in the ancient past for producing a bright ...
Cinnabar is a toxic, nonmetallic mineral composed of mercury and sulfur. It is the
most important ore of mercury and was once widely used as a pigment.
Here's a picture of the Cinnabar crew in 1999 with Maurice Sendak, who passed
away last year. He visited our shop to make sure we weren't screwing up “Wild ...
Aug 6, 2009 ... Cinnabar: The Chinese Art of Carved Lacquer ... provides a comprehensive view
of art history spanning five millennia and the entire globe.
Today you hear or read of items described as "cinnabar snuff bottles" or "
cinnabar vases." Technically, those pieces are carved cinnabar-colored lacquer
Aug 5, 2009 ... Now, a new study has exposed a 3,500-year history of mercury pollution from the
cinnabar mines, a much longer legacy than researchers had ...
Historical artifacts on site included a railroad sign and revolver bullets. ...
Gateway to Yellowstone: The raucous town of Cinnabar on the Montana frontier.
Cinnabar, the brilliant red ore of mercury, was discovered and first worked in
Texas by Indians, who probably used it as war paint and certainly used it in the ...
Cinnabar is a type of red mercury ore that was mixed with an equal amount of
burning sulphur to create an expensive red paint ... Short History of Red