Tens of millions of years ago, there were large virgin forests in northern Europe. Later, the earthâ€™s crust developed intense movements. Large areas of land sank to the bottom of the sea. After a few years, the forests died and the trees fell and decayed. The resin was also buried. Underneath a large amount of residue, the resin became solid, and amber traces were found in more than 20 places around the world. The Baltic Sea area is the main producing area, and most of the amber there is from drifting seawater. Collected in, so for thousands of years people have always thought that amber is formed in the ocean, and now there are still a lot of amber resources under the waves of the sea. When the winter storm came, the amber on the bottom of the sea was washed ashore, and the fishermen sought for a rich treasure in the icy waters of the sea. When they were lucky, the harvest was really a lot. For thousands of years, people have combed the coast like this, in order to find the amber that has the name of northern gold. In the prehistoric period, because amber has a warm color, it is regarded as a symbol of the sun. People believe that natural objects have magical effects. Early Europeans regarded amber as an evil thing. The warm colors of Amber, the soft touch, and the crystal-clear appearance are the shocks that the ancients have seen. They are shocked by it. For prehistoric people, discovering such things will definitely make them feel strange because they Unlike today's people who already have plastics and other items, the weight of amber is not heavy, but it is very strong. It is not as cold as a stone, but warm. The ancients feel strange and natural. Amber is soft and easy. Cutting, engraving, styling, sanding and polishing are the reasons why he is suitable for making all kinds of jewellery.
Ten thousand years ago, the Nordic people discovered that amber was made into different styles of ornaments, such as amulets, buttons, and hanging beads. Archaeological discoveries revealed to us how ancient amber was processed into decorative objects. Founded about 5,000 years ago in a stone tomb called "Hu Nabo De", the excavated ornaments show that the Nordic people have decorated their history with amber for thousands of years. We think that it is buried in Hu The people in the game have a certain social status. Not everyone is eligible to be buried in such a grave. They are the more prominent people in the society at that time. Perhaps they are only qualified and capable of using amber as a decoration. Ordinary people are incapable of buying. Then people decorate themselves with stones and amber for religious reasons or simply for beauty, maybe we will never know. We learned from this necklace that sometimes the materials used by prehistoric people to make decorative objects are not necessarily all from the local. This necklace, discovered in the Netherlands more than 2,000 years ago, contains beads made of metal tin from England. This is the beads from the Middle East, as well as the amber beads of the Baltic Sea. For centuries, ancient trade routes traversed northern Europe and gradually infiltrated into inland areas from port cities. International trade was born. Amber was not the only item in trade, but it was the most valuable at the time. For centuries, gold in the north has evoked great interest from the Southerners, and Amber has made people who were previously isolated alone begin to communicate and communicate with each other.
In the first century BC, amber entered the Mediterranean territory. The ancient Romans had a degree of obsession with amber. Amber was especially popular among the ancient Roman aristocrats. It was also a decoration in the palace of the Emperor of the Miluo, the heyday of the Empire, ancient Rome. The demand for amber is very strong, and the historian Old Punedi stated that the price of a small amber portrait exceeds the value of a living slave; women use amber to accompany themselves, and of course they donâ€™t ignore their hair. According to the records of Punedi, people wear amber at the same time to achieve therapeutic effects. The ancient Romans believed that wearing amber pillars and amulets could prevent thyroid tumors, but none of the ancient Romans knew the origin of amber. It is said that amber comes from a large river called Bojiang in northern Europe. They have never heard of the Baltic Sea. In 60 AD, an ancient Roman emperor sent a military officer to explore the source of amber. The officer came to the wild land of the north. This was an experience that the ancient Romans had never tried before. He reached the Danube and then Coming to the Weiziwa River in central Poland, this voyage is of great significance in ancient history. It built the first direct link between the Nordic and Mediterranean regions and created the famous Amber Road.
Amber has an extraordinary meaning in Rome. He is a decoration of the Roman Acrobatic Troupe. It is the shield of the ancient Roman fighters. Punedi records that all the weapons used by the fighters have amber decorations. With the demise of the ancient Roman Empire in 476 AD, the value of northern gold began to fall.
A thousand years later, the history of Europe once again had an indissoluble bond with Amber. In 1309, the Germanic Knights arrived in Poland. They had absolute control over the Baltic region. Amber was a key factor in their wealth and rights. Maybe they don't look at amber like the Romans. The reason for their heavy amber is the medical effect of amber. They appreciate it. For example, amber can prevent plague. They like amber and because amber can make rosary. In the fourteenth century, most of the Baltic amber was used to make religious objects, and the rosary of all Europeans was provided by the Germanic Knights. In order to strengthen the control of trade, the Germanic Knight ordered the prohibition of anyone processing amber products in 1393, which earned them the title of amber monarch.
The local fishermen were forced to collect amber for salt, while the Cavaliers patrolled the shore to closely monitor the actions of the fishermen. Once they found violations of the regulations, they immediately exercised punishments. The price of amber reached its peak and the high-pressure years ended. The mysterious color of amber is gradually disappearing.
By the early nineteenth century, only a handful of people still believed that amber had magical effects. It is said that the Polish composer Chopin always carries a piece of amber with him. Before each performance, he wipes his hands with amber in order to warm his fingers. At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, most of the amber was used to make pipes. This is a pipe made of amber. It is made very delicately. Part of the pipe is made of amber. Part is made of sepiolite, which is popular because it has properties that plastics don't have. Early plastics may contain toxins, while amber does not, so when you use this pipe, you taste Only the mellow smell of tobacco.
Now, the mysterious veil of amber has been unveiled, but she still has not lost the value he deserves. On the Baltic coast in Poland, people have been active in the search for northern gold without fear of the cold.
The value of amber is determined by weight, and the bigger the amber, the more valuable it is. The city of Gdansk on the Baltic Sea coast has an amber guild that originated in the fifteenth century. The activities of this guild are still very active. The shops on both sides of St. Mary's Street display amber products of different colors and shapes. They silently wait for the approval of the experts. Amber masters need to be created by years of apprenticeship in order to obtain such a title. Only the masters are qualified to design and sell gold and silver products with amber.
The gold of the North inspired the talents of countless art creators in history. This is amber, her warm color has made the people of all ages pay attention. When our ancestors prehistoric people first touched him, they immediately realized that there was some kind of magical thing from the exotic.
Warm touch, exquisite appearance, perhaps amber is the most precious gift that nature has given us.
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