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He also states that amber is also found in Egypt and in India, and he even refers to the electrostatic properties of amber, by saying that "in Syria the women make the whorls of their spindles of this substance, and give it the name of harpax [from ??????
, "to drag"] from the circumstance that it attracts leaves towards it, chaff, and the light fringe of tissues." Pliny says that the German name of amber was gl?
saria, which by the barbarians was known as Austeravia". In Middle Low German, amber was known as berne-, barn-, b? Molecular polymerization, resulting from high pressures and temperatures produced by overlying sediment, transforms the resin first into copal.
Pools of organic matter, for example, that have been metabolically incorporated into living tissues persist in decomposing tissues, but as molecules become oxidized into the open environment, such as atmospheric CO2, this creates a separate pool of inorganic compounds.
It is assumed that there were well-established trade routes for amber connecting the Baltic with the Mediterranean (known as the "Amber Road").
Pliny states explicitly that the Germans export amber to Pannonia, from where it was traded further abroad by the Veneti.
Inorganic compounds are traditionally viewed as being synthesized by the agency of geological systems.
In contrast, organic compounds are found in biological systems.