Gold is believed to have been used earlier than copper, though its softness and scarcity made it impractical for widespread use, whereas copper is harder and found in pure form (native copper) in many parts of the world.(Gold and copper's distinct colors and existence in pure form made it easy for our early ancestors to distinguish the two metals from other minerals and stones they came across.) There is disagreement among archaeologists about the exact date and location of the first utilization of copper by humans.
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