Speed the Parting Guest: The Hot-Tempered Clavichord.
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Tempering is an ancient heat-treating technique. The oldest known example of tempered martensite is a pick axe which was found in Galilee, dating from around 1200 to 1100 BC. The process was used throughout the ancient world, from Asia to Europe and Africa. Many different methods and cooling baths for quenching have been attempted during ancient times, from quenching in urine, blood, or metals like mercury or lead, but the process of tempering has remained relatively unchanged over the ages. The hot core then tempers the already quenched outer part, leaving a bar with high strength but with a certain degree of ductility too. Blacksmithing. Main article: Blacksmith.
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A Lady Playing the Clavichord. Gerrit Dou. Date: . 665.