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Bone breccia
Breccia Brec"cia, n. [It., breach, pebble, fragments of stone, fr. F. br[`e]che; of German origin. See Breach.] (Geol.) A rock composed of angular fragments either of the same mineral or of different minerals, etc., united by a cement, and commonly presenting a variety of colors. Bone breccia, a breccia containing bones, usually fragmentary. Coin breccia, a breccia containing coins.

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- in bone content (bone breccia). For centuries, as already mentioned by Bordone in the 16th century, villagers have gone there to collect these bones, which...
- seeds of hackberry trees, burned bones as well as lithic tools; the lower layer contains breccia with limestone blocks, bone fragments, lithic tools and red...
- Huene had described the rock matrix as 'extremely reminiscent of the bone breccia at Durdham Downs near Bristol' and had renamed the species Thecodontosaurus...
- suggested that the breakage patterns of the so-called bone implements from the Member 3 Grey breccia layers from Makapansgat displa**** evidence of being...
- andesitic epiclastic volcanic breccias. The Stanton Ranch Member consists of andesitic flows, flow breccias, and tuff breccias. The Devil's Peak Member consists...
- and breccias), composition (sandstones), grain size or texture (mudrocks). Conglomerates are dominantly composed of rounded gravel, while breccias are...
- underlain by Spearfish Shale. The sinkhole is the surface expression vertical breccia pipe provided a chimney-like path that allowed warm artesian water to percolate...
- Shale of Tennessee, Lost Burro Formation, California, and possibly Ives breccia of Texas) and Europe. D. belgicus (?) is known from fragments described...
- team was able to discover more bones encased in the breccia. A mandible was found still attached to the cranium. These bones allowed him to conclude that...
- Apache tears Helenite Hyaloclastite – A volcaniclastic ac****ulation or breccia and tachylitevolcanic gl****es with basaltic composition Knapping Libyan...
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