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Copper is a transition metal of alloy and tin that made its appearance in the known world in 77 AD under the Greek name Cyprium, a reference to the land in which the metal was mined. The name was changed later to Cuprum and then finally to the name we know – Copper. From folklore to finance, Copper has accompanied us on quite the journey. In ancient times it was linked to the Goddess of Love (Aphrodite) and Venus. In Egypt it was polished until it shone and then used as mirrors. In Rome, heady lumps of Copper were used as currency and the Egyptians would use Copper to purify water and keep wounds clean.

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