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66023C66023C66023C66023C66023C102260Imperial Purple 🎨 RGB Color Code: #66023C

The hexadecimal RGB code of Imperial Purple color is #66023C. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 66 red (102/256), a 02 green (2/256) and a 3C blue component (60/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(102,2,60). Closest WebSafe color: Tyrian purple (#660033)
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Imperial Purple on Wikipedia

Tyrian purple
Tyrian purple (Ancient Greek: πορφύρα porphúra; Latin: purpura), also known as royal purple, imperial purple, or imperial dye, is a reddish-purple natural
Shades of purple
contemporary English names for purpura are "imperial purple" and "royal purple". The English name "purple" itself originally denominated the specific
Born in the purple
emperor. Both imperial or Tyrian purple, a dye for cloth, and the purple stone porphyry were rare and expensive, and at times reserved for imperial use only
Purple
Purple is a color similar in appearance to violet light. In the RYB color model historically used in the arts, purple is a secondary color created by
Imperial
or The Imperial may also refer to: Imperial, California Imperial, Missouri Imperial, Nebraska Imperial, Pennsylvania Imperial, Texas Imperial, West Virginia
Purple Robe Incident
shogunate and the Imperial Court began when the Emperor granted permission for monks from two temples to wear purple robes. Purple robes were traditionally
Forbidden City
Beijing, China, at the center of the Imperial City of Beijing. It is surrounded by numerous opulent imperial gardens and temples including the 22 ha
Porphyry (geology)
πορφύρα (porphyra), meaning "purple". Purple was the colour of royalty, and the Roman "imperial porphyry" was a deep purple igneous rock with large crystals
Quintus Aemilius Laetus
had been responsible for the accession of Pertinax, his claim to the imperial purple was opposed by the majority of the Praetorian Guard, forcing Pertinax
Molluscs in culture
French cuisine, and whelks in cuisines around the world. Tyrian or imperial purple, made from the ink glands of murex shells, "... fetched its weight
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