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These pieces of history come alive in pendants , bracelets , earrings , and accessories set in sterling silver. As authentic historical artifacts, they have a unique connection to ancient civilizations. Each piece of jewelry is packaged in a fabric pouch and comes with a certificate of authenticity. I've killed a corrupt guard named Tyrellius Logellus near the stashed loot. Apparently, he had overheard my conversation with Jorundr in the Bruma Castle Dungeons and wanted the gold for himself.
I think he's also killed Arnora.
I can now recover the gold unhindered. I've found the treasure that Jorundr concealed. I should go check to see if Tyrelliius was telling the truth about Arnora. I've found Arnora's body in her house. Tyrellius has indeed killed her. I should probably leave before the town guard thinks I had something to do with it.
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On the bright side, all of Jorundr's gold is now mine. Sign In Don't have an account? Contents [ show ]. Retrieved from " http: After hearing the appropriate rumor around Bruma: After raising Arnora's disposition to at least After attempting to speak to Jorundr in prison: After committing a crime and being thrown in jail: After speaking with Jorundr and listening to his story and plan: After telling her of Jorundr's plan to kill her: After taking the true amulet from downstairs and showing it to Jorundr: After killing Tyrellius outside Bruma: After retrieving the stolen goods: After returning to Jorundr's house and discovering Arnora's dead body: I should take the amulet off her body and bring it to Jorundr.
Jorundr reveals the stolen goods' location: After retrieving the stolen loot: I've found the treasure that Jorudnr concealed outside the walls of Bruma. The Battle for Castle Kvatch. By the fourth and fifth centuries A.
Two Sides of the Coin
So revered was their skill that the engravers began signing their work. Before the advent of the Industrial Age, the striking of coins was accomplished manually. A round blank of metal was placed over an anvil that had been fitted with an imprinted die. Another die was affixed to a pestle, which was then placed on top of the blank.
The coin maker held the pestle in place with one hand and then brought a two-pound hammer down on top of the pestle. Remarkably, this resulted in seven tons of pressure, which forced impressions into both sides of the blank. The high relief typical of early Greek coins sometimes required two or three blows to achieve the desired effect. Heating the blank before striking often reduced the number of required strikes.
This method allowed one coin to be struck every two seconds.
Each country institutes strict guidelines for the composition of its currency. The outside vendors who provide the metal or "stock" to the mint must follow these guidelines to the letter. In , this composition was changed to a copper-plated zinc.
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A zinc alloy with traces of copper constitute the core of the coin, while the outer surface is electroplated with copper. Dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollar coins are made from three layers of metal that have been bonded or "cladded" together.
In the factories of the outside vendors, the metal alloys are melted in furnaces and poured into rectangular molds. When the stock cools, it is rolled under pressure to the appropriate thicknesses. The rolling process causes the stock to harden excessively, requiring the application of a process called annealing.
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In this process, a series of heatings and coolings softens the stock and brings it to the consistency needed for shaping and stamping. The rectangular sheets of metal are cut into strips approximately 13 inches 33 cm wide and 1, feet m long, and then rolled into coils. The mints purchase the coils according to their needs.