“I think the main reason is the availability of information and community groups that the Internet provides,” said obsidian.
Dragonglass: The name accorded to volcanic glass or obsidian.
In the huts were found implements of obsidian and flat stones used for grinding.
“Looks like black glass, sir,” said Ned, kicking a piece of obsidian.
Agates, cornelians, obsidian, are also among the products of this nature.
But many of them are of obsidian, some of which are beautifully clear.
The polished battle-axe was more used in Grand Canary, while stone and obsidian, roughly cut, were commoner in Teneriffe.
Scarabs of obsidian and crystal date back to the 4th dynasty.
Scattered over the hills and through the valleys are numerous beautiful specimens of chalcedony and chips of obsidian.
We found among the ruins a few crude potsherds and some bits of obsidian.
"dark, hard volcanic rock," 1650s, from Latin obsidianus, misprint of Obsianus (lapis) "(stone) of Obsius," name of a Roman alleged by Pliny to have found this rock in Ethiopia.