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orichalc

(ˈɒrɪˌkælk)
n
(Metallurgy) metallurgy a yellow alloy derived from gold or copper
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Also, there were some online elements in the game in terms of the questing, such as weekly quests that offered Orichalcum as the reward, which is special type of currency in the game that is used to buy legendary items.
Italian archaeologist Sebastiano Tusa told Discovery News that the collection of 39 ingots found on the seabed is a unique find and believes that these may be the mythical metal, (http://news.discovery.com/history/archaeology/atlantis-legendary-metal-found-in-shipwreck-150106.htm) orichalcum .
Orichalcum: World of Brass is Wednesday's lunchtime event (September 30, 1pm) with versatile trumpeter James Stretton, and at 8pm the violinist from the Kosmos group, Harriet Mackenzie, and pianist Anna Tilbrook play pieces by Beethoven, Debussy, Bartok, Bloch, Prt, Takemitsu and Szymanovski.
Furthermore, Allen says, "the unique metals required to plate Plato's city occur naturally on the edge of Lake Poopo: gold, silver, copper, tin, and orichalcum, a natural gold/copper alloy."
He conveys this quality not so much by direct reference to the divine body itself, but through an extended description of the goddess' adornment: her clothes, her golden diadem, her intricate ear-rings made of gold and orichalcum, her golden necklaces.
All three were known in antiquity, but copper alone had many names descriptive of the native metal, various ores, brass (orichalcum or aurichalcum), and bronze.