ele's greenArsenite of copper.
VerdigrisAcetate of copper.
Terra di SiennaA natural earth found in the vicinity of Sienna, Italy; when burned it forms a red.
UmberAn earth from that part of Italy anciently forming the Roman province of Umbria.
BistreSoot of wood, preferably beech.
Numerous other colors are used by artists for producing different shades, and a large list might be made of those employed in dyeing and paper-staining, each having its peculiar fitness for special purpThe solitary monument of Cyrus in the Murghab, the records of Babylon and Nineveh, of the caves of India, the monuments of Lycia, the tombs of Etruria, the truncated pyramids and portals of Palenque and Uamal in Yucatan, and the broken tablets of Umbria and Samnium, all present riddles of more or less complexity to the students of language.
The setting up of memorial stones was the usual mode of celebrating an achievement or witnessing a pact.
Two rival tribes or families set up an altar or