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* [[Gems#Ruby|Ruby]] - Blemmyes, Napata
 
* [[Gems#Ruby|Ruby]] - Blemmyes, Napata
 
* [[Gems#Topaz|Topaz]] - West Kush, White Nile
 
* [[Gems#Topaz|Topaz]] - West Kush, White Nile
* [[Gems#Emerald|Emerald]] - Red Sea
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* [[Gems#Emerald|Emerald]] - Red Sea, Giza
 
* [[Gems#Sapphire|Sapphire]] - Thebes
 
* [[Gems#Sapphire|Sapphire]] - Thebes
 
* [[Gems#Diamond|Diamond]] - Philae, Meroe Desert, Faiyum
 
* [[Gems#Diamond|Diamond]] - Philae, Meroe Desert, Faiyum

Revision as of 22:10, 17 September 2019


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Tale 8 Info Below
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This article is about the (non-cuttable) gems primarily produced from ore and sand mines. See also Cuttable Gems. Gems in Egypt come in different varieties and sizes.

Gem Types

Historically, every mine in a region provides the same gem. This may not be the case in T9 until more discovery is completed. Please list the region you find any of the gems in below:

Gem Sizes

  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • Huge

Sources

Obtained from Ore and Sand Mines throughout Egypt. Also randomly produced much less efficiently by Water Mines

See Maps/Public Mines for a map of most public (sand) mines.

Public Sand Mines

Gem Type Coords Region Sponsored By Notes

Uses

COPIED FROM T8, may have changed

Quartz

Ruby

Topaz

Emerald

Sapphire

Diamond

Opal