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asphalt

a suspect but appears not to be poisonous.
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Time Bitumen use Reference AD Over 650 Gamble 1000-1500 tarring pebbles 1983 at coastal mainland settlement (Pitas Point site) AD Leaf-shaped Gamble 1000--1500 point replaced 1983 with concave base form (abandoned use of asphaltum in hafting) AD 1100 Earliest Gamble examples of 2002 bitumen caulking and canoe plugs (Simo'mo site) AD 500 Introduction of Glassow bow and arrow etal.
Other remains were drilled and bore traces of asphaltum, a tar-like oil collected for use as a caulking agent, which suggests to anthropologists that the shells might have been used as ceremonial rattles.
63) The pollywogs are often shaved, lathered with such solutions as asphaltum, molasses, lubricating oil and tar.
95; Deco Art Americana acrylic paints in Asphaltum, Dusty Rose, White and Lilac, pounds 1.
Gamblin just released several new colors to complete his line, including a permanent alizarin crimson, asphaltum and terre verte.
Where galvanized flashing comes in contact with high-acid woods like redwood or cedar, coat the flashing with an asphaltum paint.
Like Joseph Nicephore Niepce, who made the first photograph by developing an asphaltum-coated pewter plate in a solution of lavender oil, Gonzalez Palma uses asphaltum to create his images.
Sulphurea, sulfurated minerals, arsenic, sulfur, amber, naphtha, asphaltum, etc.