Chrysolite

The name chrysolite dates from the ancient world when it was used for a variety of greenish-yellow gemstones, but primarily for peridot.

It has also been used more recently as a trade name for chrysoberyl, and has also been used as a name for prehnite.
Further Information
Mineral information:Chrysolite information at mindat.org
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