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Slag

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About SlagHide

Partially or completely melted lithic material usually as a by-product of smelting or glass creation.


Classification of SlagHide

Sub-divisions of SlagHide

Varieties of SlagHide

BodeachatGerman name for bluish to greenish slag from the iron smelters and glas smelters in the area of the upper Bode river, especially near Treseburg.

NOT an agate (German: achat).
SieberachatGerman name for bluish slag from the Steinrenner Hütte (smelter) that smelted the iron ores from the Eisensteinberg.
Named for the Sieber river (Sieber valley), Harz, Germany.

Bodeachat is a similar bluish slag.

NOT an agate (German: achat).

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