Amber in the Recorded History

Amber was a gemstone especially valued in Ancient Greece and Rome, and in Arabian countries, which is proven by many written records and archaeological finds. Amber was known in many Asian cultures. Within a few thousand years, it became a legendary and most popular amulet and decorative stone.

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