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pie (proto indo-european)
*BHLEG- > *BLANKAZ > BLANK

This name derives from the Proto Indo-European and Germanic root “*bhleg- > blankaz > blank”, meaning “bright, to shine, bright white”. White was one of the first colors used by Paleolithic artists; They used lime white, made from ground calcite or chalk, sometimes as a background, sometimes as a highlight, along with charcoal and red and yellow ochre in their vivid cave paintings. In Ancient Egypt, white was connected with the Goddess Isis. The priests and priestesses of Isis dressed only in white linen, and it was used to wrap mummies.

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