||Where are the paintings?|
This article is in need of more images and/or better quality pictures in order to achieve a higher status. You can help the Assassin's Creed Wiki by uploading better images on this page.
Charcoal is the remains after organic matter, most often wood, is carbonized in a closed, controlled environment.
As the heat produced by burning charcoal is hotter, more even, and more easily controlled than wood, it has been valued throughout human history.
5th century BCE
In the 5th century Greece, charcoal was used to heat and light up homes. as well as blacksmith's furnace.
1st century BCE
The habit of using braziers with charcoal was also widely used in Egypt during the Ptolemaic rule.
During the 15th century, the common recipe for gunpowder included charcoal mixed with brimstone and saltpeter, as used by the Italian Brotherhood of Assassins for their smoke bombs.
During the American Revolutionary War, the Kanien'kehá:ka Assassin Ratonhnhaké:ton needed charcoal along with iron to create weapon blades.