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The [[SCA]] word for '''money'''.
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==Gold (metal)==
 
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A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant.  Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materials [[Alchemy]] desired to produce). Chemical symbol ''Au'' from the Latin, ''Aurum'' meaning ''shining dawn''.   
A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant.  Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materials [[Alchemy]] desired to make).   
 
  
 
Used to make a variety of objects eg: [[gold thread]], [[jewelry]], [[cloth of gold]], jewelled items eg [[book covers]], statues, etc
 
Used to make a variety of objects eg: [[gold thread]], [[jewelry]], [[cloth of gold]], jewelled items eg [[book covers]], statues, etc
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In [[heraldry]], known as '''[[Or]]''', the [[metal]]lic [[tincture]] often depicted by the [[colour]] [[yellow]].
 
In [[heraldry]], known as '''[[Or]]''', the [[metal]]lic [[tincture]] often depicted by the [[colour]] [[yellow]].
  
Chemical symbol ''Au'' from the Latin, ''Aurum'' meaning ''shining dawn''.
 
  
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==Gold (SCA)==
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The [[SCA]] word for '''money'''.
 
[[category:metal]]
 
[[category:metal]]
  
 
=== External Links ===
 
=== External Links ===
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold

Revision as of 17:14, 13 February 2006

Gold (metal)

A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant. Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materials Alchemy desired to produce). Chemical symbol Au from the Latin, Aurum meaning shining dawn.

Used to make a variety of objects eg: gold thread, jewelry, cloth of gold, jewelled items eg book covers, statues, etc

In heraldry, known as Or, the metallic tincture often depicted by the colour yellow.


Gold (SCA)

The SCA word for money.

External Links