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Scoria and Ijolite Types and Facts

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1 Types
1.1 Types
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1.2 Features
Available in Lots of Colors and Patterns, Generally rough to touch, Surfaces are often shiny
Application of acids on the surface causes cloudy frosting, Available in Lots of Colors and Patterns, Is one of the oldest rock
1.3 Archaeological Significance
1.3.1 Monuments
Used
Used
1.3.2 Famous Monuments
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Data Not Available
1.3.3 Sculpture
Used
Used
1.3.4 Famous Sculptures
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Data Not Available
1.3.5 Pictographs
Used
Used
1.3.6 Petroglyphs
Used
Used
1.3.7 Figurines
Used
Used
1.4 Fossils
Absent
Absent

Types of Scoria and Ijolite

Some rocks according to their use or texture are classified into different types. Know more about Scoria Texture and Ijolite Texture. The types of Scoria and Ijolite are Not Available.During historic times, some rocks depending on their hardness were used to create Pictographs and Petroglyphs. Rocks which are hard were generally not used. Pictographs are paintings or drawings that have been placed or created on the surface of rock. Scoria and Ijolite were used for creating pictographs. Petroglyph is an image which is carved into a rock. These are images created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving or abrading, as a form of rock art. Scoria and Ijolite were used for creating petroglyphs.

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