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07-PN-011 | Stone Mosaic Heart Brooch
[PN-011]
$21.60

Stone Mosaic Heart Brooch;
German Silver Alloy;
Quality Joint, Pin Stem, and Catch.

 

PN-011
4 cm = 1.57 inches

 


TAXCO, OLD MINING TOWN.
MSc. Rodrigo Espino Hernández.

PART 5

THEN IN 1555, WHEN IT BECAME KNOWN THE BENEFIT OF PATIO, 
DISCOVERED BY BARTOLOME DE MEDINA, THE MINING OF TAXCO WAS REFORTILIZED.

THE NEW SYSTEM OF BENEFIT OF PATIO USED MERCURY (AZOGUE),

COMMON SALT, AND MAGISTRAL TO SEPARATE 
THE SOLVENT FROM OTHER MINERALS.

THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF MERCURY WAS QUICKLY MONOMOLIZED BY THE SPANISH CROWN, 
MEANWHILE THE DISTRIBUTION OF SALT FOR THE MINES
REMAINED IN THE HANDS OF THE INHABITANTS 
OF THE SURROUNDING VILLAGES OF IZCAPUTZALCO, 
ALAHIZTLAN, AND OZTZUMA.

WHAT IS MORE THE PURELY COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 
WITH THE NEARBY TOWNS, BY THE NECESSITY OF HAND LABOR
IN THE MINES, TAXCO ALSO CONVERTED 
INTO A VERY ATTRACTIVE CENTER OF WORK.

THIS TOOK PLACE MORE THAN ALL AFTER THE EPIDEMICS 
OF 1544-1548 AND 1576-1581 THAT IGNITED, 
IN A CONSIDERABLE MANNER, THE DECREASE 
OF THE NUMBER OF INHABITANTS OF THE TAXCO REGION.

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