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Silver History Background - Silver has attracted manís fascination for many thousands of years. Ancient civilizations found silver deposits plentiful on or near the earthís surface. Relics of these civilizations, include jewelry, religious artifacts, and food vessels formed from the durable, malleable metal...

Silver Institute: Old World History - The area of Anatolia (modern Turkey) is considered the first major source of mined silver, having provided the resource to craftsman throughout Asia Minor. Silver from the Anatolian region largely served as the source of silver for the Western cultures flourishing in the Near East, Crete, and Greece...

Silver Institute: New World History - More significant improvements in technology and discovery of the "New World" in 1492 led to a vast storehouse of mined silver that expanded silver production by nearly an order of magnitude, most particularly in the development of the mercury amalgamation process...

Silver Institute: Modern Era - A variety of advances in the early part of the last century allowed for increased production worldwide. This was critical, as many of the high-grade ores throughout the world had been largely depleted by the end of the 19th century...

History of Silver: An Esoteric View - Since ancient times, silver has been closely associated with the moon and lunar influences. The finest artist eyes have described the midnight sheen cast by the sun's reflection off of the moon in terms of silver...

History of Colloidal Silver - Silver has been used as a medicine and preservative by many cultures throughout history. The Greeks and others used silver vessels for water and other liquids to keep them fresh...



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