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A typical palette in use in the ancient Near East and Egypt might include black, ochre, red oxide, vermilion, blue, yellow and green. The bright blues and greens were derived from lapis lazuli and the green stone malachite. Copper oxides were used in the making of blues and iron oxides provided earth reds. This very concise range of colours, often called a ‘classic palette’, has provided the core pigments for artists throughout most of western history. Aristotle, the great Greek philosopher, born in 384 BC, wrote at length on the physical sciences.