“ Blue " blood; what does it mean and from where this expression undertook?Blue blood (blue color), yes! exists!!! And not only at spiders and octopuses, but also at people!!!
I for today among us live till 1000 (to 7000 on other sources) people with blue blood. And they even have the name on this sign - kianetik (from armor. cyanea - blue).
Usually blood cells, blood cells, contain the iron having a reddish shade. At kianetik blood cells instead of iron contain other element - copper. This replacement does not affect blood work - it still carries oxygen on internals, taking away exchange products, but color of blood already another. It is, however, not blue as it is possible to think according to the name, and rather bluish or it is bluish - lilac - such shade gives mix of copper and single fractions of iron.
And so, these kianetik once upon a time there were at all times. Also they were born at normal krasnokrovy mothers, But only at those which “ abused “ wearing various copper jewelry (and since ancient times expensive copper jewelry was considered as a sign and a symbol of belonging to the highest caste) or used services of dear and knowing doctors and healers (noneshny not a couple to them) who guessed or knew about curative properties of copper.
Kianetiki have no usual diseases of blood - microbes cannot just attack “ copper cages “. Besides, “ blue “ blood better and quicker turns, and even serious injuries do not cause big bleeding. Therefore ancient knights “ blue " blood; caused superstitious fear and honoring in the relatives. In chronicles of the medieval historian Aldinar (the 12th century) fight of the English knights with crowds of saratsin is described: “ Each hero was covered Repeatedly with wounds, but at all blood from wounds did not flow! “. Which - who considers that in this expression the fact that at people with a light shade of skin of a vein have bluish color that is not observed at people with swarty skin is meant. Sometimes give the statement that at the beginning of the 18th century so themselves was called by the aristocratic families of the Spanish province of Castile (from expression) which were proud of the fact that their ancestors did not become related with Moors and other smuglokozhy people as argument. Then this expression was borrowed by French (le sang bleu), and behind them removed also to Russian.
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