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1034A61034A61034A61034A61034A61652166Egyptian Blue 🎨 RGB Color Code: #1034A6

The hexadecimal RGB code of Egyptian Blue color is #1034A6. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 10 red (16/256), a 34 green (52/256) and a A6 blue component (166/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(16,52,166). Closest WebSafe color: Dark powder blue (#003399)
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Egyptian blue
Egyptian word wꜣḏ signifies blue, blue-green, and green. The first recorded use of "Egyptian blue" as a color name in English was in 1809. Egyptian blue
Blue pigments
of ancient Egypt (c. 2613 to 2494 BC). Egyptian blue is responsible for the blue colour seen very commonly in Egyptian faience. Egyptian blue Temple of
colourants. Egyptian blue Cobalt blue Copper phthalocyanine YInMn blue Prussian blue, FeIII 4[FeII (CN) 6] 3, is the blue of blueprints. Egyptian blue, the first
Art of ancient Egypt
Art of ancient Egypt Ancient Egyptian art refers to art produced in ancient Egypt between the 6th millennium BC and the 4th century AD, spanning from Prehistoric
Egyptian faience
various colours "usually in a transparent blue or green isotropic glass". Its name in the Ancient Egyptian language was tjehenet, and modern archeological
Shades of blue
Egyptian blue is a pigment that was used in Ancient Egypt. Neon blue is a vivid purplish blue. Dark blue is a shade of the standard (h = 240°) blue.
Nymphaea nouchali var. caerulea
frog's pulpit (RSA), blue lotus of the Nile, blue waterlily, blue Egyptian lotus, blue Egyptian water lily (India), sacred blue lily of the Nile (India)
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt was a civilization in Northeast Africa situated in the Nile Valley. Ancient Egyptian civilization followed prehistoric Egypt and coalesced
Blue roof
Laboratory, who researched a pigment used by the ancient Egyptians known as "Egyptian blue." This color, derived from calcium copper silicate, absorbs visible
pigment was Egyptian blue, which is first attested on an alabaster bowl in Egypt dated to Naqada III (circa 3250 BC). Egyptian blue (blue frit), calcium

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