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Orichalcum Ore VeinsEdit
Orichalcum Ore can be purchased from Blacksmith merchants or found:
- 9 veins in Bilegulch Mine, Southwest of Fort Sungard.
- 8 veins in Dushnikh Mine, Southeast of Markarth.
- 7 veins in Mor Khazgur Mine, inside Mor Khazgur, to the far Northwest of Skyrim. Also 1 ore piece on a table can be stolen next to 2 ingots which can also be stolen.
- 4 veins in Giant's Grove, around the Shrine of Malacath.
- 3 veins in Blackreach.
- 3 veins on the peak overlooking Skyborn Altar.
- 2 veins due West of Alftand, Southeast of Dawnstar, on top of a large hill.
- 2 veins about halfway between Nightgate Inn and Irkngthand. Shortly east of the road, behind some tree trunks and tall rocks.
- 2 veins on top of the cliff south of Valtheim Towers and 1 vein across the bridge, just north from the stool
- 1 Near the very peak of the Throat of the World.
- 1 vein high up on a mountain face southwest of Uttering Hills Cave.
- 1 vein in Chillwind Depths.
- 1 vein in Volskygge Passages.
- 1 vein in the cave at Sleeping Tree Camp
- 1 vein downhill to the east of Frostflow Lighthouse into the glaciers. Directly across from the frozen mammoth.
- 1 vein three islands E-NE from Septimus Signus' Outpost, between a glacier and some barnacle'd rocks. Watch out for bears.
- 1 vein to the far right of Frostmere Depths within Frostmere Crypt, below and right of the word wall.
- Along the path to the Throat of the World.
- Bonestrewn Crest, Southwestern side of the mountain.
- In a Troll's cave, North of Ivarstead.
- Along the road from Whistling Mine, West of Winterhold and Southwest from an unmarked hunting camp, between some rocks.
- Along a cliff to the Northwest of Shearpoint, Southeast from Korvanjund.
- Froki's Shack near Autumnwatch Tower, against the bed of rocks near the wood chopping block.
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- The metal Orichalcum is first mentioned in the 7th century B.C. by Hesoid and in the homeric hymn dedicated to Aphrodite, dated to the 630s.
- Orichalcum is also used in the 1992, PC-Adventure Game, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, where beads of the metal are used to release massive amounts of energy, as well as transforming mortals into gods.