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- ophiolites. At the Silurian/Devonian boundary black cherts (locally called lydites or flinty slates) developed from radiolarians mainly in the Frankenwald...
- Coniacian Thickness - 150 metres (490 ft) Lithologies - radiolarites (lydites), chert and siliceous siltstones Fossil content - Globigerina cretacea...
- A touchstone is a small tablet of dark stone such as slate or lydite, used for ****aying precious metal alloys. It has a finely grained surface on which...
- useful for testing purposes. Basanite, Lydian stone, and Radiolarite (a.k.a. Lydite or Flinty slate) are terms used to refer to several types of black, jasper-like...
- touchstone is a small tablet of dark stone such as fieldstone, slate, or lydite, used for ****aying precious metal alloys. It has a finely grained surface...
- Choachí Stone has been found, possibly in a grave. The stone, carved in lydite may represent the Muisca calendar, a complex lunisolar calendar used by...
- Eastern Ranges of the Colombian Andes. The sequence of limestones and lydites dates to the Late Cretaceous period; Turonian epoch and has a maximum thickness...
- materials from the alluvial formations of the Neste river, such as quartzites, lydites, cinerites, and schists is considered to be of a mediocre quality. Flint...
- island arc volcanism. Ordovician, Silurian and Middle Devonian shale and lydite (a form of siliceous argillite rich in graptolite fossils) outcrops in the...
- arkoses, which exist as detritus (particularly vein quartz, quartzite, lydite, metamorphic rocks and volcanic rocks) as well as bits more than a centimetre...
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