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The hardest substance known to man, '''diamonds''' are a crystalline form of pure carbon. Prior to modern day discoveries in Brazil and South Africa, the only known source of diamonds was [[India]]. In [[ancient]] times diamonds were called ''adamant'', meaning "indestructable".
 
The hardest substance known to man, '''diamonds''' are a crystalline form of pure carbon. Prior to modern day discoveries in Brazil and South Africa, the only known source of diamonds was [[India]]. In [[ancient]] times diamonds were called ''adamant'', meaning "indestructable".
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*[[Diamond (maplet)|Diamond according to Maplet's ''A Greene Forest'']]
  
 
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Revision as of 13:00, 5 May 2006

The hardest substance known to man, diamonds are a crystalline form of pure carbon. Prior to modern day discoveries in Brazil and South Africa, the only known source of diamonds was India. In ancient times diamonds were called adamant, meaning "indestructable".

See also:

References: