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Pigment and rocks
In natural ochres as observable in the Luberon region, crystals of goethite - a mineral variety of iron oxyhydroxide - are associated with a clay called kaolinite. The ocher pigment comes from the intimate association of these two minerals, while the rock itself consists of a sandy formation of grains of quartz cemented by an ocher coating.
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