Faunal affinities of the Late Cretaceous ‘aphrodiniid’ venerid bivalve assemblages and dispersal pathways around Tethyan margins

Hoşgör, İzzet
Yılmaz, İsmail Ömer
Özer, Sacit
Mülayim, Oğuz
Sarı, Bilal
Taslı, Kemal
34th IAS International Meeting of Sedimentology (2019)


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For this thesis the animal bones collected from the archaeological excavations at the ancient site of Burgaz have been analyzed for the study of animal exploitation, human diet, social differentiation and the environment of Burgaz and Datça during the Classical Period. Comparison of the results with evidence from other sites to determine the extent to which there might have been local trends in animal husbandry. Because this kind of a research is not common among archaeologists specialising in the classical...
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Five thin (5–15 cm) and yellowish green tephra (K-bentonite) layers are exposed along two sections in the south of Akşehir (Konya, southern Turkey) within the Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) red dolomite-dolomitic limestone succession of the Sultandağ Unit in the central Tauride Belt. K-bentonites exhibit typical porphyritic texture with euhedral plagioclase phenocrysts replaced by fine-grained white K-micas and sparry dolomite crystals. The intensively sericitized volcanic matrix has vitrophyric textur...
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İ. Hoşgör, İ. Ö. Yılmaz, S. Özer, O. Mülayim, B. Sarı, and K. Taslı, “Faunal affinities of the Late Cretaceous ‘aphrodiniid’ venerid bivalve assemblages and dispersal pathways around Tethyan margins,” presented at the 34th IAS International Meeting of Sedimentology (2019), Rome, Italy, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/83658.