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The Use of Meteoritic Iron by Primitive Man

Naturevolume 98pages350352 (1917) | Download Citation



METEORITES, as they reach our planet, are of three different kinds, namely, siderites, composed chiefly of nickel-iron; aerolites, composed chiefly of stony matter; and siderolites, composed of a mixture of iron and stone. The first and third only are of interest to us in this inquiry.


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