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The Florida anthropologist

2021-3-4 · coquina block foundation left from the British plantation at New Smyrna, sometimes called the old fort. However, a naval officer who visited the area in 1844 described in his diary two distinct foundations, the "old fort," and then to the north on the New Smyrna waterfront the remains of a very large

Early Miocene Mollusca from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica ...

Although it has become well known from the obvious pectinid coquina in the Low Head Member of Polonez Cove Formation at Low Head on King George Island (Gazdzicki 1982, ... and many in the pectinid concentration at 530.54–530.68 mbsf have been crushed together at high angles. The pectinid concentration at 530.54–530.68 mbsf is a transported ...

Cambrian shallow-marine to emergent alkaline volcanism ...

2020-1-1 · The influence of external water modifies volcanic eruptions in various ways. Direct contact of water or ice with ascending magma or flowing lava may enhance the degree of fragmentation during an explosive eruption and even partially fragments lava that erupts non-explosively (White et al., 2015).The water depth, and thus the ambient hydrostatic pressure, …

Paleontology, paleobiogeography and paleoecology of ...

2016-12-1 · The Paleontological study of the Carolia-bearing beds in (Qasr El-Sagha Formation) at Nile-Fayum Divide reveals the presences of thirteen species (three gastropods, six oysters and four Carolias).The paleobiogeography of these fauna indicates that genus Carolia Cantraine, 1838 was first recorded from the Lower Eocene of Egypt and Indian-Pakistani Region and …

Adumbratio Lexici Anglico-Latini | Neo-Latin Lexicon

a Davide Morgan, beatae memoriae, incohati et nunc a Patricio Owens curati "Nova verba non sine quodam periculo fingere" Quintilianus, Inst. Orat. 1, 5, 71 symbols and abbreviations + medieval word (first found 700-1400) * modern word (first found since 1400) Parentheses surrounding the above two symbols indicate that the word itself is ancient, but the meaning is …

Desmoinesian (Middle Pennsylvanian) Orthocerid …

2018-1-1 · The Buckhorn Asphalt Lagerstätte. A, a full view into the northeastern area of the Buckhorn Asphalt Quarry.B, an outcrop showing unconformity between the Ada and Boggy Formations. Asphalt-stained deposits are found just below this unconformity. C, the floor of the quarry that is mainly built by the "cephalopod coquina".D, freshly broken block of the …

New Barremian Macroinvertebrates from the Huitrín ...

2019-4-9 · The marginal-marine, low-energy, carbonate ramp deposits of the La Tosca Member (Huitrín Formation, Barremian) in southern Mendoza Province, Argentina, bear an abundant though low-diversity macrobenthic invertebrate fauna that is scarce or absent in the outcrops of the unit in the Neuquén Province. Here we describe new taxa from the Quebrada del …

New dinoflagellate cyst species from Upper Jurassic to ...

2004-2-1 · High-resolution palynological investigation of sedimentary successions in the Volga Basin (Smith, 1999) has allowed the identification of six new dinoflagellate cyst (dinocyst) species from the lectostratotypes of the Volgian.The sections studied are located on the western bank of the River Volga in the Ul''yanovsk district of the Russian Platform ().

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2021-10-20 ·  Document. Each document needs to be already available online using the document-sharing service SlideShare. Once you have published your document there, enter the custom Embed Code for WordPress here, and the document will be displayed. …

Plant use in a city in Northern Italy during the late ...

2005-6-1 · Results are presented from archaeobotanical analyses carried out in ''The Mirror Pit'', a rectangular pit, situated in the city of Ferrara, in Emilia Romagna—Northern Italy. The study is part of wider research focused on the Mediaeval period of this city. The pit belongs to a building which was in use from the second half of 14th to the end of 15th century a.d. The pit itself was …

Pelagiella exigua, an early Cambrian stem gastropod with ...

2020-3-16 · SEM images illustrating shell forms of Pelagiella spp. A, steinkerns (natural internal moulds) of Pelagiella sp., from limestone at Thomasville, Pennsylvania, assigned to the basal Kinzers Formation by Gohn or to the uppermost Vintage Formation by Brezinski et al.(); PMU 25156, 25157, apical and apertural views; comparable in size and shape with shells of P. …

(PDF) Plant use in a city in Northern Italy during the ...

Sorghum alone was preva- mustard, it is worth noting that besides the abundant un- lently uncharred, suggesting a different use for this plant, broken seeds (>670 sf/12l) a lot of fragments were also such as the making of brooms as currently occurs in the found, suggesting that seeds had been crushed to make Ferrara area (Revedin 1909). mustard ...

This unfriendly soil the Loyalist experience in Nova ...

2021-6-12 · The soil from unit a was a yellow sand (10yr7/6) with infrequent coquina shells scattered throughout. Designated zone 1, this soil was present throughout the excavation (70 cm deep). Levels 2 (10 cm) through 4 (40 cm) contained scattered human bone, human teeth, faunal remains, and occasional shell beads.

A New early Pleistocene tapir ( Mammalia : perissodactyla ...

2010-9-30 · and Dickerson Coquina Pit (UF 244022). The Hulbert (2005) sample of Tapirus haysii has been augmented by recently donated specimens from Leisey Shell Pit 3 (UF 241860, 241870, 241874-241875, 241948-241949, 242001, 243500-243513). The opinion of Ray and Sanders (1984) that 7'' haysii is a valid name and the senior synonym of Tq i''rus copei ...

Dry brush script typefaces

2021-11-28 · Dry brush script typefaces [The typeface shown above is Kaleidos Rough (2016, Mika Melvas). It is quite representative of the dry brush genre.]

Mollusks of the Upper Jurassic (upper Oxfordian-lower ...

2015-10-1 · Material: Two crushed and incomplete specimens flattened laterally (CPC-1125, CPC-1126), from Arroyo Colorado, west of Santa Rita, Galeana, Nuevo León. Description: Moderately involute (preserved diameter = 95.5 mm, CPC-1125). The umbilicus is about 32.4 mm with an umbilical ratio of about 0.34.

Food culture in the Middle Ages

The food culture in the Middle Ages describes the eating habits that were characteristic of Europe from around the 5th century to the end of the 15th century. Significant change took place during this period. Technical improvements of the mills and wine press, the medieval warm period in the transition phase from the early to the high Middle Ages, the increasing spread of the three-field ...

The scent of cannibalism: The olfactory basis of ...

2014-8-1 · 1. Introduction. Cannibalism is widespread across the animal kingdom and is believed to be an adaptive foraging strategy in many ecological contexts ().Although cannibalism offers nutritional benefits (Crossland et al., 2011, Mayntz and Toft, 2006, Meffe and Crump, 1987, Nagai et al., 1971), it also poses potential costs to the cannibal.One such cost is an increased risk of …

exhibitions/FiresignData_2015Exhibits.txt at master ...

The binding is full crushed dark blue levant leather with raised bands, gilt tooled panels enclosing thistle design in red and green. The front cover has an inlaid oval hand-painted miniature on ivory of Robert and Mary Burns, surrounded with eighty-nine pearls and two semi-precious stones, all enclosed by the thistle design tooled in gilt.

Tales and Drawings of a Life by the Sea in EPUB, PDF ...

2017-2-23 · Cyclones, with a periodicity of ~50 years have, over the last 5,000 years, deposited huge numbers of this bivalve''s shells onto the shore, as windrows, creating the unique Shell Beach, or Hamelin Coquina. Lharidon Bight and Hamelin Pool are adjacent arms of inner Shark Bay and are separated from the outer bay by the Faure Sill.

(PDF) Ioan Carol OPRIȘ, Alexandru RAȚIU, CAPIDAVA II ...

This monograph comes as a result of the research carried out by the authors (Ioan Carol Opriș and Alexandru Rațiu) between 1993-1996, 2006-2010, as well as from several other survey ditches in 2011 and 2014 on a building of approx. 10 x 11 m and a

A new lowermost middle Cambrian (Series 3, Stage 5 ...

2013-8-10 · A few fossil shells are crushed, because of compaction. As noted above, the fossil shells are generally slightly recrystallized. Nevertheless, the calcite of the shells is fine-grained and almost never sparry and has fairly high magnesium content. Remarkably, the surfaces show details, but often the fine sculptures appear somewhat blurry.