Tuesday, May 01, 2007
Gold Question of the Week for April 25, 2007.
Gold has taken a mighty dive! It has been flirting with $672 again, but it doesn't look like it's a serious "thang".
This week's gold question takes us to the Orient and along the trade routes to the middle east. Gold was long known for being abundant in the eastern countries, and our question is about North Korea. Spend a little time looking up this answer and reading the accounts of where gold was found in this country. For the next question visit hookedongold.com. You'll find some interesting information on gold and prospecting there, too. Copy and paste it into your browser if it isn't live for you, or click on the link in the links box.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO: JOHN for being the first, qualified, correct answer to the gold question for the week of April 25.
Hooked On Gold's QUESTION OF THE WEEK: April 25, 2007.
In what century was gold first mentioned (or approximate date) as being abundant in North Korea, who wrote about it and what part of the world was he from?
ANSWER: Abundant gold in North Korea was first mentioned in the 9th century by Ibn Khordadzbeth. He was from the middle east.