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Cinnabar (alternate #1)
A symbol used to designate cinnabar, a bright red mineral with a rather toxic physical nature, in the 18th century text of Diderot's Encyclopedia.
Cinnabar (alternate #2)
A symbol used to designate cinnabar, a bright red mineral with a rather toxic physical nature, in the 18th century text of Diderot's Encyclopedia.
Cinnabar (Alchemy)
A symbol used in alchemy and early chemistry to represent cinnabar.
Cinnabar of Antimony (alchemy)
A symbol used to designate Vermillion Dye (Mercuric Sulfide), a bright red pigment with a rather toxic physical nature, in 17th century alchemy.
Mercurius sulphuratus
This substance, represented here by an 18th century chemical symbol, is a compound of mercury, sulphur and cinnabar.
Volcano Badge
One of eight signature items found in the first generation of the Pokémon franchise.

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