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1. Zircon

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208558
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A7
Place of origin:
ex. U.S.S.R.
Description:
Magmatic, metamorphic, pegmatitic, and alluvial rocks.An accessory rock in igneous and metamorphic rocks.

2. Diopside on Chlorite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208565
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A7
Place of origin:
ex U.S.S.R.

3. Andradite, Garnet group

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:208575
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
A7
Place of origin:
ex U.S.S.R.
Description:
Igneous and metamorphic rocks. In skarns from contact metamorphism of impure limestones and calcic igneous rocks. Chlorite schists and serpentinites. Alkalic igneous rocks.

4. Galena

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203329
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D51 (20)
Place of origin:
Kea, Greece
Description:
Galena occurs in discordant veins of marble, on the southern tip of the island.

5. Molybdenite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203332
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D51 (21)
Place of origin:
Lesvos isl., Greece
Description:
Molybdenite hosted within kaolinitized lava. This occurrence is of a Mo-Cu porphyry-type ore, where molybdenite is associated with quartz stockworks.

6. Native Copper

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203335
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D51 (24)
Place of origin:
Helidon / Evritania, Greece
Description:
Cap rock of copper sulfide veins and in some types of volcanic rocks.

7. Antimonite (Stibnite)

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203338
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D51 (25)
Place of origin:
Chios isl., Greece
Description:
Low-grade stibnite veins present in argilaceous rocks of Devonian Age

8. Uvarovite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203340
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D52 (10)
Place of origin:
Domokos / Thessalia, Greece
Description:
Emerald green crystals of uvarovite on chromite. Alpine-type fissures in chromite ores hosted in ultrabasic rocks of Othrys ophiolithic complex.

9. Almandine

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203346
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D52 (11)
Place of origin:
Sifnos isl., Greece
Description:
Large crystals in blueschists. May include grossular content.

10. Chalcedony

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203351
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D52 (25)
Place of origin:
Soufli / Thrace, Greece
Description:
Rose-coloured chalcedony in botrioydal form. In this area the paragenesis includes transparent quartz, amethyst and zeolites in epithermal veins crosscutting submarine dacitic lavas.

11. Azurite with Calcite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203354
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D53 (41)
Place of origin:
Kamariza / Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Azurite overgrown on limonite pseudomorph after calcite and associated with a second calcite generation. Samples from Cristiana mine in Kamariza area.

12. Calcite and Limonite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203358
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D55 (15)
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Limonite pseudomorph after calcite and associated with white calcite.

13. Pyrolusite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203362
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D55 (27)
Place of origin:
Lavrion, Greece

14. Goethite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203364
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D55 (24)
Place of origin:
Kamariza / Lavrion, Greece
Description:
Common weathering product, primary hydrothermal mineral, bog and marine environments.

15. Fluorite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203369
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D55 (45)
Place of origin:
Kamariza / Lavrion, Grece
Description:
Fluorire cubes with brown scorodite crystals. Fluorite is a common gangue mineral in the Lavrion carbonate-replacement Pb-Zn-Ag-Au deposit. It is usually associated with quartz and galena. Fluorite crystals up to 20 cm. Variety of colours range from light blue to purple and green.

16. Nepheline (eleolite)

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203487
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D42 (12)
Place of origin:
Miask / Orenburg, ex U.S.S.R.

17. Analcime

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203489
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D42 (22)
Place of origin:
Vicenza / Sicily, Italy
Description:
Occurs frequently in basalts and other basic igneous rocks associated with other zeolites. As a rock forming mineral in basalts and phonolites, in cavities in basalts, in tuffs as altered from glass, authigenic mineral in sandstones.

18. Albite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203491
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D43 (8)
Place of origin:
Achmatov / Orenburg, ex U.S.S.R.
Description:
Major constituent of igneous rocks, hydrothermal and alpine veins. Product of sodium metasomatism.

19. Labradorite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203494
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D43 (20)
Place of origin:
Finland

20. Anorthite

Artifact (mineral) uoadl:203497
Unit:
Μουσείο Ορυκτολογίας και Πετρολογίας
Call number:
D43 (36)
Place of origin:
Tunaberg, Sweden
Description:
Mafic plutonic rocks