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Paper in Honorific Edition uoadl:1025848
Unit:
School of Philosophy
Βιβλιοθήκη Λαογραφίας

2.

Archive uoadl:col_gramps_praktika

3. Adamite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:210350
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
C18
Place of origin:
Kamareza / Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Secondary mineral in arsenic bearing zinc deposits

4. Barite and Gypsum

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:210354
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
C18
Place of origin:
Plaka / Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Barite: Sedimentary rocks and late gangue mineral in ore veins. Commonly found as a gangue mineral in metallic ore deposits of epithermal or mesothermal origin; but it may also be found as lenses or replacement deposits in sedimentary rocks, both of hypogene and supergene origin. Gypsum: Sedimentary evaporite deposits.Commonest of the sulphate minerals, gypsum is found in marine evaporites, in caves where the air is dry enough to allow it to be deposited and remain, at fumaroles, and in the oxidized zones of sulfide deposits on occasion.

5. Fluorite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:210358
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
C18
Place of origin:
Ag. Varvara / Sounio, Greece
Description:
Low temperature vein deposits. Hydrothermal veins; cavities in sedimentary rocks; as a cementing material in sandstones; as hot springs deposits.Fluorite is found as a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal veins, especially those containing lead and zinc minerals. It is also found in some greisens, granites and high-temperature veins, and as a component of some marbles and other metamorphic rocks.

6. Spessartite on Orthoclase

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:210360
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
C23
Place of origin:
Shingus Gilgit distr., Pakistan
Description:
Spessartite: occurs in magmatic, metamorphic, and pegmatitic rocks. Orthoclase: intrusive and extrusive igneous, and metamorphic rocks.Common feldspar of granites, syenites and high grade metamorphic rocks.

7. Siderite and Quartz

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208512
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A5
Place of origin:
Alps, France

8. Aquamarine

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208537
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A6
Place of origin:
ex U.S.S.R.
Description:
Mainly granitic pegmatites. Commonly found in pegmatites. Red beryl is found in topaz rhyolites.

9. Beryl

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208542
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A6
Place of origin:
ex U.S.S.R.
Description:
Mainly granitic pegmatites. Commonly found in pegmatites. Red beryl is found in topaz rhyolites.

10. Topaz on Quartz (var. Smoky Quartz)

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208553
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A7
Place of origin:
ex U.S.S.R.

11.

Registry uoadl:203405
Unit:
Historical Archive

12. Franklinite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208470
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A2
Place of origin:
N. Jersey, U.S.A
Description:
High temperature metamorphism of Fe, Zn, Mn-rich marine carbonates.

13. Chalcocite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208474
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A2
Place of origin:
Cornwall, U.K.
Description:
A secondary mineral in or near the oxidized zone of copper sulfide deposits.

14. Sphalerite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208477
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A2
Place of origin:
In sulfide ore veins in all rock classes.
Description:
In sulfide ore veins in all rock classes.

15. Serpierite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208481
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A3
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Secondary mineral found in altered smelter slags and oxidized sulfide veins.

16. Fluorite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208484
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A3
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Low temperature vein deposits. Hydrothermal veins; cavities in sedimentary rocks; as a cementing material in sandstones; as hot springs deposits.Fluorite is found as a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal veins, especially those containing lead and zinc minerals. It is also found in some greisens, granites and high-temperature veins, and as a component of some marbles and other metamorphic rocks.

17. Galena

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208493
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A3
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Lead sulfide ore veins, and disseminated in igneous and sedimentary rocks.it is found in ore veins with sphalerite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, fahlore etc., and in sedimentary rocks as beds or impregmentations.

18. Azurite - Cuprite - Malachite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208503
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A3
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece

19. Diopside

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:202740
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D67 (5)
Place of origin:
Achmatov / Orenburg, ex U.S.S.R.

20. Pectolite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:202747
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D67 (15)
Place of origin:
N. Jersey, U.S.A.
Description:
Primary mineral in nepheline syenites. Hydrothermal mineral in cavities in basalts and diabases. In serpentinites and peridotites.