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Drawing its name from the Greek work for “Intoxication” the Amethyst has a long and colorful history throughout time. Egyptians used them for engraved jewelry, ancient Greeks and Romans thought it prevented intoxication, while medieval Europeans thought it would heal them in battle. Now we appreciate it for its stunning beauty, purple being its main coloration, it can also be found with accents of either blue or red as well.
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