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Mineral portrait - Cerussite (english abstract)

Who first discovered the mineral cerussite and where it was first found remains in the darkness of history. However, to give it a name, the first mention is attributed to the Renaissance scholar Conrad Gesner - which does not mean, however, that he discovered or first described the mineral. (Gesner (1516 to 1565) is considered the most famous and important naturalist and scholar of Switzerland)..... A mineral portrait of our unfortunately deceased friend Peter Seroka

Cerussit

Cerussit, Zwilling
Cerussit, Zwilling
Auf diesen herzförmig verzwillingten Cerussitkristallen sitzen komplex kristallisierte transparente Smithsonitkristalle. Die Stufe stammt aus der Tsumeb Mine in Namibia. Bildhöhe etwa 11 mm .
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer; Contribution: Klaus Schäfer
Collection: Klaus Schäfer, Collection number: Tsu-Ceru-5-1-7
Location: Namibia/Oshikoto (Otjikoto), Region/Tsumeb/Tsumeb Mine
Mineral: Cerussite, Smithsonite
Image: 1612261688
License: Usage for Mineralienatlas project only
Cerussit, Zwilling (SNr: Tsu-Ceru-5-1-7)

Auf diesen herzförmig verzwillingten Cerussitkristallen sitzen komplex kristallisierte transparente Smithsonitkristalle. Die Stufe stammt aus der Tsumeb Mine in Namibia. Bildhöhe etwa 11 mm .

Klaus Schäfer

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