Aquamarine stone

    The aquamarine is known as a transparent gemstone, a kind of olefin. Its chemical composition is made up of iron and magnesium silicate
    . It contains iron, which gives it a green color.
     Its metal structure is close to the emerald structure, This article will tell you more

    The formation of aquamarine stone :

    The chemical formula of this stone is known as Mg, Fe2 (SiO4).
     Its strength is between 6.5 to 7 on a moss scale, and its color ranges from green to italian and yellow, and is formed in deep layers below the earth's surface, Molten matter from the upper atmosphere, then transmitted to the surface by the magma and the strength of volcanoes and earthquakes, but it can be made laboratory in inexpensive ways, it should be noted that some of the aquamarine have assets of meteorites and comets from outside the Earth, which led scientists to believe That these stones were thrown to the ground during the explosions of the sun.

    Places of Aquamarine:

    Aquamarine is found in various parts of the world, such as the Maghreb, Sudan, India, China, Yemen, Cyprus, Afghanistan, Madagascar, Brazil, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, the United States of America, In the Red Sea, the largest aquamarine has been produced, weighing 310 carats and displayed in the Smithsonian Museum in the American capital.

    Types of Aquamarine:

    There are many types of aquamarines with large crystals, namely, Brazilian and Egyptian, with multiple names, including snake beads, rhizomes, eucalyptus, green emeralds, sea water, olefins, and eagles. These stones are usually colored because of impurities. These species are yellowish, gray, white, blue, or green, and when heated, the color becomes reddish orange.

    Properties of Aquamarine:

    The aquamarine is known as one of the rare gemstones, of which there are many different colors, some of which are transparent, and some are transparent. Green and yellow are the most famous species of peridot. Iron, magnesium silicate is the chemical component of this stone. By ancient Egyptians, as it was used by the Greeks, the Romans, for the purposes of decorating ornaments,
    And stones, and the churches, it is worth mentioning that the stones of the aquamarine, and emeralds are similar in terms of qualities and colors, which caused some confusion, and confusion between these two stones by the ancient, and differ in the precious stones of the aquamarine, the Egyptian aquamarine best types of this gem, Indian Aquamarine is the least of these species in terms of quality.

    Benefits of Aquamarine:

    Promotes the regeneration of tissues and cells in the body and eliminates the effects of wounds.
     It is anti-inflammatory, such as inflammation of the skin, intestines and edema, and maintains the health and safety of the skin. It is anti-allergic.
    Relieves high acidity in the stomach.
    It is antidepressant, sad, resists despair, relieves feeling of stress, and increases the feeling of exhilaration, happiness, and joy.
    Increases concentration. 
    Increases body activity, relieves weakness, and relaxes.
     Treatment of urinary tract problems.
    Treats ear pain.
    Strengthens blood, helps to coagulate.
    Facilitates the delivery process.
    Protects newborns from epilepsy.
     Helps the body get rid of toxins.

    History of Aquamarine:

    Peridot is known in ancient Egypt, in prehistoric times in the manufacture of beads. Yellow vines were used in ancient Egyptians when a scarab made of aquamarine was found in Egypt and dates back to the 18th Dynasty. It was mentioned that the chair of the Prophet Sulayman, who was assigned to sit among the people, was encrusted with pieces of aquamarine, pearls and rubies. The throne has four pure gold palms, each of which is made up of green aquamarine and red sapphires.

    Sources currently exist:

    South Africa, United States, Arizona, Madagascar, Brazil, Australia, India, Malaysia, China, Norway, Afghanistan, Burma, Hawaii, Pakistan, Russia, Sri Lanka, Kashmir, Nigeria, Canary Islands).

    Uses of Aquamarine Throughout History:

    The aquamarine was discovered a long time ago and had many uses and gained great importance in ancient civilizations, such as the civilizations of ancient Egyptians and Roman civilization.

    Aquamarine in the ancient Egyptians:

    The discovery of aquamarine dates back to the pre-dynastic period in ancient Egypt. The Egyptians called it the Jewel of the Sun. It was used in the manufacture of cosmetics and forage. It was also used in the manufacture of beads and the manufacture of jewels for queens and the elite of society. To the period between 1580 and 1350 BC.

    Aquamarine in Roman and Greek Civilization:

    The ancient Romans used it on the aquamarine. This name is due to its green color, which was shimmering at night and can be seen at night. 
    It was used by the Romans in the manufacture of royal ornaments and rings, and was used to decorate palaces and royal arches.

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    اسامة السالمي
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