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Archaeological Findings of DZi Bead
National Museum of China
 

 A: Traces left on wall of hole being ground by fine-grained, free undissolved sand.
 B: Banded texture in white agate ore.
 C: Biological weathering
 



    A: Black oozed
    B: Rainbow effect
    C: Yellow oozed
    D: Oozed cracks
 



 A: Macro of geode and yellow oozed
 



  Pervious to light 
 



    A: Oozed cracks
    B: Biological weathering
    C: Yellow oozed
    D: Soil erosion marks
 



    Oozed cracks and oozed by black elements
 



    A: Oozed cracks
    B: Biological weathering
    C: Faded ground colour and pattern
    D: Fade white pattern
 



   White stripes slightly sunken in other parts of the bead body
 



      A: Eroded colour fading
      B: Crystal associated
      C: Oozed cracks
      D: Soil erosion
 



    Rainbow effect
 



     Unearthed etched carneol and DZi Bead
 



   Unearthed DZi Bead
 



      A: Banded texture in white agate ore.
      B: Eroded colour fading
      C: Slightly yellow oozed
      D: Soil erosion
 



    Oozed crack and black oozed visible under N-180M microscope
 



     A: Lustrous white agate revealed after erosion and colour fading
     D: Soil erosion
     C: Oozed by black elements
     D: Oozed cracks and oozed by black elements
 



    Characteristics of DZi Bead under pervious light
 



     A: Rainbow effect on black bead
     B: Yellow oozed
 



    A: Soil erosion marks
    B: Slightly yellow oozed
    C: Fading of white pattern and dark ground colour
    D: Soil erosion
    E: Biological weathering
    F: Oozed cracks
    D: Fading of white pattern
    H: White pattern slightly sunken in bead




   A: Oozed cracks
   B: Tangerine peel effect
   C: Rainbow effect
   D: Eroded colour fading
   E: Black oozed

 
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