METAL METALLIC Agoudal. Complete piece. MUSEUM. - 4.1 kg

Description
METAL METALLIC Agoudal. Complete piece. MUSEUM. - 4.1 kg
Atlas, Morocco

Agoudal iron meteorite found in December 2012 in Morocco. In fact, the meteorite was discovered in 2000 and sold to tourists, but in 2011 a piece was sold to a meteorite dealer who recognised it as an iron meteorite. Is has been classified as iron type, IIAB.

History of Imilchil Meteorite:

Imilchil is a small city in Morocco. It lies at an altitude of 2,119 m. It is famous for the Betrothal Festival - Souk Aam or Agdoud N'Oulmghenni. This festival takes place once a year and it is then when the people from local tribes get married. Sometimes up to 40 people get married on this day. The history of the festival is like our own story of Romeo and Juliet. It is said that two people from different tribes fell in love with each other, but they were not allowed to marry. They cried sadly, and cried to death. As a result, their tears formed two lakes in the mountains. These are the Lakes Isli and Tislit.

The interesting thing about these lakes is that scientists now think that they were formed when a meteorite split into two parts, a fragment of 70 metres and another of 50 metres. These meteorites created a double impact crater which subsequently formed the two lakes in the shape of tears.

In this lot we are offering an authentic piece of Agoudal iron meteorite, of ideal size for collectors or for a museum, preserved in perfect condition.

An excellent opportunity to add this wonder of the universe to your collection. A safe asset, also as an investment.

All our meteorites come with an IMCA (International Meteorite Collectors Association) certificate, so we guarantee for life the authenticity of all our meteorites. Buy with guarantees.

Regards and best wishes.

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Lot details
Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
METAL METALLIC Agoudal.
Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
Complete piece. MUSEUM.
Weight
4.1 kg
Origin (Region/ City)
Atlas
Origin (Country)
Morocco
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