; Pseudopalmulida emend. - from English summary. An E-W The direct effect of tectonism, although regionally important, was globally insignificant in Tertiary times. This study was promoted by the recent efforts using larger benthic foraminiferal (LBF) shells geochemistry for the monitoring of heavy metals (HMs) pollution in the marine environment. Miogypsinids survived in the Indo-Pacific into the Serravallian, but Large benthic foraminifera (LBF) are an important component of low-light, mesophotic tropical marine environments, including coral ecosystems. Int. We have restudied their morphological characters using a large collection of samples from the type-localities and from continuous sections in the southern Pyrenees. migrated, within a few million years of their first appearance, eastward The senior author of the work, late Professor Hottinger, a leading scientist in the field, both from a systematic and applied side, presents in this book his most recent advances. Benthic foraminifera are abundant and ubiquitous members of marine and freshwater communities (Holz mann & Pawlowski 2002, Murray 2006). The evolution of the earliest representatives of the genus Orbitoides: Implications for Upper Cretaceous biostratigraphy, Early and Middle Triassic trends in diversity, evenness, and size of foraminifers on a carbonate platform in south China: Implications for tempo and mode of biotic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction. It existed for approximately 120 MY, from the Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian/Toarcian) to the end of the Cretaceous, resulting in a 4000-6500 m thick succession of almost pure carbonates. This might lead to speculation on possible evolution from basement-involved thick-skinned style into thin-skined style of collision. Wetenschappen, 41: 1À241. The Paleocene interval is characterized by moderate to low amplitude, continuous to discontinuous reflections that thicken to the west. Middle Jurassic Sequence of the Arabian Plate. potential. Survival and recovery of calcareous foraminifera pursuant to the end-Permian mass extinction, Extinction of larger benthic foraminifera at the Eocene/Oligocene boundary, Biostratigraphic utility of species of the genus Orbitoides, Praealveolina (Foraminifera) species: A tool to date Cenomanian platform sediments, Ecology of extant nummulitids and other larger benthic foraminifera: Applications in palaeoenvironmental analysis, Recherches sur les Alvéolines du Paléocène et de l'Eocène. Alveolinids, a group of globular to fusiform larger miliolids, are common and diverse in mid-Cretaceous shallow marine carbonates. In the western Paikon, during D4, the obducted ophiolites were thrust back towards NE over the Upper Cretaceous limestones and flysch. The comparison of superposed praealveolinid assemblages from the well exposed outcrops in the Iberian Range and the Pyrenees with Prealveolina species from the type localities in Reichel's collection have allowed us to evaluate the stratigraphical range of each species. Miocene unconformity. In the northern Song Hong basin Miocene coals There are an estimated 4,000 species living in the world's oceans today. LBF occur from nearshore, shallow coastal environments experiencing high-terrestrial runoff to the deep-shelf edge in transparent, oceanic waters. Compressed alveolinaceans characterize the Caribbean on one hand, the Western Neotethys on the other. low preservation potential, but plants and benthic algae are substrates for a variety of epibionts, including foraminifera, which have a significant fossil record. The shell itself acts as a recorder of the ambient water chemistry in low to extreme HMs-polluted environments, allowing the monitoring of recent-past pollution events. This concept, known as sclerochronology, requires the addition of new parts (i.e., new shell) even in extreme pollution events. Key Words: Central Taurus, Silifke, Tectono-Stratigraphy, Tectonic Evolution. in the miogeosyncline from the Triassic to the Cretaceous are indicated by slumping and unconformities. However, there have been few high-resolution taxonomic and ecological studies spanning the full Early and Middle Triassic recovery interval, leaving the precise pattern of recovery and underlying mechanisms poorly constrained. Africa and the Indo-Pacific, and can show for the first time that South Top-NE movement also occurred during D5. Significant evolutionary key points in fusulines include the first occurrence of Pseudoschwagerina or Sphaeroschwagerina during the earliest Permian, first occurrence of Pamirina and Misellina during the Yakhtashian and Bolorian, and the extinction of all schwagerinids and neoschwagerinids by the end of the Midian. (Coord.) Benthic foraminifera are typically found in fine-grained sediments, where they actively move between layers; however, many species are found on hard rock substrates, attached to seaweeds, or sitting atop the sediment surface. since the Jurassic, tracing the north-eastern basement high and This is interpreted to reflect turbidite systems with interbedded hemipelagic sediments, the latter component becoming more dominant up-section. We present the emended description of Discocyclina seunesi, D. tenuis, Orbitoclypeus multiplicatus, O. bayani and Asterocyclina taramellii. Speciation, phylogenesis, tectonism, climate and eustasy: factors in the evolution of Cenozoic larger foraminiferal bioprovinces. subord. These contrasts suggest decoupling of recovery between benthic and pelagic environments; it is unclear whether these discrepancies reflect inherent contrasts in their evolutionary dynamics or the differential impact of Early Triassic ocean anoxia or associated environmental parameters on benthic ecosystems. Lower Triassic to Middle Jurassic Sequence of the Arabian Plate. Cahuzac, B., and Poignant, A., 1997, Essai de biozonation de l'Oligo-Miocène dans les bassins européens à l'aide des grands foraminifères depocenter migration We distinguish six main deformational events (D1-D6). Spicular Nassellaria are rare or very rare in the upper Spathian and Anisian, frequent in the upper Anisian–lower Ladinian, practically absent in the upper Ladinian and the whole upper Triassic and pre-Toarcian Lower Jurassic, rare in lower Toarcian, very rare in the Bajocian, rare in the lower Tithonian. In the Upper Missourian, Triticites became medium-sized with more complex septal fluting, and Kansanella appeared. Micropalaeontology, 41, 1-123. E. elegans and E. eccentrica are junior synonyms of E. kelleri (Henson), and P. sulaiyana is considered to be a junior synonym of P. lituus (Yokoyama) sensu stricto. larger benthic foraminifera; heavy metals; pollution; physiological resilience; symbionts; marine ecology; coastal monitoring; sclerochronology, Help us to further improve by taking part in this short 5 minute survey, Depression and Anxiety in Hong Kong during COVID-19, Depression and Objectively Measured Physical Activity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, System-Specific Complex Interactions Shape Soil Organic Carbon Distribution in Coastal Salt Marshes. As their name suggests, this test can get incredibly large – up to 15 cm, and is still a single cell. Shallow, restricted carbonate facies in the Late Cretaceous yield on both sides of the Atlantic axially compressed, discoidal, and axially elongate, fusiform alveolinacean shells. Amphistegina lobifera was along with reef-building corals, are integral components of also significantly affected by elevated temperature + 5 °C tropical coastal ecosystems (Hallock 2005). during the Miocene). The evolutionary lineages of Discocyclina seunesi, Orbitoclypeus multiplicatus and O. bayani are restored for the first time by using the consistent size-increase of the megalospheric embryon that also allowed introducing some new subspecies (Discocyclina seunesi beloslavensis, D. s. karabuekensis, Orbitoclypeus multiplicatus kastamonuensis, O. bayani kurucasileensis and O. munieri ponticus). This is particularly the case for the Upper Cretaceous carbonate platforms of the central Tethyan realm: their biostratigraphy suffers from very low resolution and poor correlation with the standard biochronologic scales based on ammonites, planktic foraminifers and calcareous nannoplankton. Essai de biozonation de l'Oligo-Miocène dans les bassins européens à l'aide des grands foraminifères néritiques. LBF occur from nearshore, shallow coastal environments experiencing high-terrestrial runoff to the deep-shelf edge in transparent, oceanic waters. Evolution and Geological Significance of Larger Benthic Foraminifera (Volume 21) (Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, Volume 21, Band 21) Höfer Chemie 15 x 1 Liter Lampenöl für Öl-Lampen, Petroleum Lampen & Gartenfackeln ️ Hochreines Lampenöl. 14 (1982b) 401), where the author described spicular nassellarian and entactinarian Radiolaria found in the Middle Triassic samples available at that time. Our dedicated information section provides allows you to learn more about MDPI. subduction related to the rise of the Andes to the west, had major This paper provides a revision of the morphology, structure, systematic position, phylogeny, and stratigraphic Compressional tectonics and intense thrusting with a southwestward sense of movement continued in Lower Cretaceous time, affecting all pre-Upper Cretaceous units and the obducted ophiolites (D2). This emphasises the importance of the Pyrenean Gulf as separate faunal province. 1.1.2 Larger Benthic Foraminifera Foraminifera are separated into two groups following their life strategy, namely the planktonic and the benthic foraminifera. More details in the abstract. EAGE Publications bv, 101À162. The resulting examples of parallel evolution led to some taxonomie confusion in the literature that we seek to resolve. 75/76, 1960. Metamorphism does not exceed greenschist facies (M1). This renders the correlation of Middle Permian biostratigraphy and chronostratigraphy between the Tethyan region and North American region challenging. A total of 17 species of larger benthic foraminifera have been indentified and listed in alphabetical order as follow: Amphistegina bowdenensis Bermudez (Figure 5; 1-5) The North American shelves during Pennsylvanian and Permian time - though geographically within the tropical belt - are characterized by temperate environments with significantly lower foraminifera diversification and rare occurrences of warm water Tethyan forms, that are in general appear in the region as a migration entities. benthic foraminifera, alga, coral and planktic foraminifera. Large benthic foraminifera (LBF) are an important component of low-light, mesophotic tropical marine environments, including coral ecosystems. minima Henson, 1948, Dictyoconus baktiari n. The earliest Missourian is barren of fusulinids in the Midcontinent, followed by a thin zone of Eowaeringella, and then the appearance of Triticites, which dominated fusulinid faunas through the remainder of the Upper Pennsylvanian. A new species, Nemkovella stockari is introduced. through time, 2D seismic interpretation was performed for an area of Here we summarize the state of the art in the field of Larger Benthic Foraminifera (LBF) and sketch the main lines of research that are improving the precision and usefulness of this scale. The San Cayetano sequence (Late Paleocene-Middle Eocene) was deposited in marine environments and lies unconformably on top of the Cretaceous. Evolution and Geological Significance of Larger Benthic Foraminifera is a unique, comprehensive reference work on the larger benthic foraminifera. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, Vol. impregnation of the test prior to recrystallization, allowed us to observe features usually obliterated by diagenetic and ; Eonodosariina n. River Flood basalts. Large textulariids, such as the dictyoconids, are also present in the Paleogene but, along with the nummulitids, are of reduced importance after the end of the Eocene. Basins to the south. By owing the most complete record of Thanetian and early Ypresian orthophragmines from the Western Tethys (using also data from SW France and the Crimean Peninsula) we could reconstruct their early evolution. However, detailed records through the transition are rare, and few complete sections are known. The uplift was coeval with an orogenic phase in the Inner Carpathians and directly predated tectonic inversion/uplift of the peri-Tethyan basins, indicating genetic relations between these processes. ; Fusulinana emend. of the Arabian Plate. ), 2) clarifying the relationship between the umbilical canal system and the laminar deposits in Late Jurassic–Cretaceous coscinoconins, 3) emending and providing new combinations for “Trocholina” lenticularis Henson, 1947, “T.” minima Henson, 1947, and “T.” burlini Gorbatchik, 1959, which have been repeatedly misidentified in the literature, 4) discussing the epibenthic mode of life of trocholinids, and 5) proposing an explanation for their extinction at the Cenomanian – Turonian boundary. Since the Campanian the former geometry of basin of Indo-Pacific fauna, led by their eventual extinction in the Langhian. Für den Außen- und Innenbereich verwendbar. Fusulinid and Textularid . Stratigraphic names change frequently, even within the same basin. Here, we assessed the biochemical and morphological impacts of acidification on the calcification of Amphistegina lessonii and Marginopora vertebralis exposed to different pH conditions. Dictyoconus baktiari n. sp. the whole family. Source-rock maturation and petroleum expulsion occurred during the Late Neogene as Delayed biotic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction has long been interpreted to result from environmental inhibition. The occurrence of these forms in Boreal and North American provinces appears to be isochronous, as their environments are uniform and induce their uniform and isochronous distribution. marthae Douvillé, 1910, are described from the (late) Maastrichtian of the Tarbur Formation of the Zagros Zone, SW Iran. Such environments allow documentation of warming episodes associated with sudden immigration of warm water and exotic forms of SWWBF that evolved elsewhere into the area. 4⁰ texte: II, 244 p. fig. influenced the development of mammal paleontology, have been: (1) the discoveries of extremely rich Paleogene and Neogene localities containing numerous fossils of various mammals by the Central Asian Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (CAE AMNH) in 1922–1930, and subsequent expeditions; (2) the discovery and further study of the Late Cretaceous mammalian fauna by the CAE AMNH and the Mongolian Paleontological Expedition of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1946–1949), the Polish Mongolian Paleontological Expedition (1963–1971) and the Joint Soviet-Mongolian (Russian-Mongolian) Paleontological Expedition (JSMPE, JRMPE); (3) the discovery by the JSMPE in the late 1960s early 1970s of the Early Cretaceous Höövör mammalian fauna, at the time of its discovery the most diverse and richest in Asia; (4) the obtaining by the JSMPE of a large amount of data on the early Paleogene, the most important stage in the evolution of mammals; (5) detailed biostratigraphic study of the Oligocene and the Lower Miocene mammal fossils of the Valley of Lakes, as part of the Austrian-Mongolian project (1995–2018). You can request the full-text of this chapter directly from the authors on ResearchGate. It provides documentation of the biostratigraphic ra sediments, while the Top of the Upper Cretaceous represents a Public Health 17, no. They both contain specimens in which the micritic microgranules of the calcareous wall become aligned and may even be canaliculate. sp., H. altamirensis n.gen., n. Large benthic foraminifera are single celled organisms with a calcareous test, or “shell,” which has a complex and often very beautiful internal structure. The study of Foraminifera has a long history, their first recorded "mention" is in Herodotus (fifth century BC) who noted that the limestone of the Egyptian pyramids contained the large benthic foraminifera Nummulites. This book provides a representative assessment of the state of the art of research on Paleogene rotaliid larger foraminifera. The study of foraminifera has a long history, their first recorded "mention" is in Herodotus (fifth century BC) who noted that the limestone of the Egyptian pyramids contained the large benthic foraminifer Nummulites. This enabled very detailed biostratigraphic subdivision of the carbonate deposits within the Karst Dinarides. It notably allows 1) describing one new subfamily (Coscinoconinae n. These star-shaped grains of sand, collected from southern Japan, look like miniature works of art -- but they were not sculpted by an artist. And even so, when they occur their number is usually reduced to one, two, or several specimens of a single species. Ben-Eliahu N, Herut B, Rahav E, Abramovich S. Shell Growth of Large Benthic Foraminifera under Heavy Metals Pollution: Implications for Geochemical Monitoring of Coastal Environments. The most abundance fossils are larger benthic foraminifera. As their name suggests, this test can get incredibly large – up to 15 cm, and is still a single cell. In the uppermost Missourian and lower Virgilian, most Triticites are medium-sized and evenly biconvex, and have weak septal fluting. Species delineated on 2 distinct types of criteria are illustrated with reference to lineages drawn from the Miliolacea, Miogypsinidae and Lepidocyclinidae. -from Authors, A review of recent advances and problems in the knowledge of larger foraminifera (Lituolacea) of shallow carbonate platforms is presented. Both the Paravalvulininae and the Chrysalidininae are referred to the Chrysalidinidae Neagu. Transgressive Upper Cretaceous limestone and flysch overlie discordantly all the above mentioned units of the Paikon Massif. RACEY, A. In: Proceedings of the First appear to be highly dependent on palaeography. - Pas d'échange. This scale is based on new taxonomic and phylogenetic data obtained from the study of the Orbitopsellids s. l. group. A new classification presented for the Paleozoic foraminifers encompasses six classes: Allogromiata, Astrorhizata, Fusulinata, Miliolata, Nodosariata, and Textulariata. DEFORMATION HISTORY AND CORRELATION OF PAIKON AND TZENA TERRANES (AXIOS ZONE, CENTRAL MACEDONIA, GRE... Geological evolution and aspects of the petroleum potential of the underexplored part of the Vietnam... Seismo-stratigraphic evolution of the northern Austral Basin and its possible relation to the Andean... Introduction to the Geology of the Northern Apennines. However, while the taxonomy and the chronostratigraphic age of the younger species of this genus are well established, there are still many controversies on the earliest species. Possible syn-rift basin-fill is not recognised in the Outer Carpathians orogen due to preferential emplacement of detachment surfaces at a level of the post-rift (Early Cretaceous) sediments. Paleogene times are marked by a relatively high sedimentation The upper Virgilian has mostly large inflated Triticites and the first Leptotriticites. 4000 Arten) Ordnung der Wurzelfüßer, die stets ein einfaches oder gekammertes, oftmals recht kompliziert gebautes, mit Poren durchsetztes Gehäuse aufweisen ( vgl. The Adriatic Carbonate Platform (AdCP), was a separate shallow-marine depositional system characterized by a lack of terrigenous input and was connected to Gondwana towards the South via Gavrovo-Tripolitza or Apulia. Cooling events, on the other hand, are associated with decreased taxonomic diversity and appearances of endemic forms characteristic only of temperate water provinces. into the Indo-Pacific, where the tropical conditions and varied habitats Für den Außen- und Innenbereich verwendbar. New criteria permitting the distinction between trocholinid genera, even unidirectional dispersals. onshore uplift and denudation promoted offshore sedimentation rates. Other large miliolids such as the rhapydioninids appeared in the Late Cretaceous alongside the first large rotaliid orbitoid foraminifera. E., Hantzpergue, P. The group has long-proven biostratigraphic value for local and regional correlation, despite uncertainties in their taxonomy, stratigraphic ranges of species, The global sea level regressions in the Early Oligocene Based on these new observations, the long forgotten species O. sanctae-pelagiae is reinstated, while O. dordoniensis is considered a junior synonym. This paper continues a former study (Rev. from well reports, representing 9 syn- and post- rift sequences. biostratigraphy of the carbonates of the Mediterranean and the Their fossil record is punctuated, their occurrences being separated by very long gaps. The advancement of nappes onto the miogeosynclinal rocks, accompanied by folding, began at the Oligocene-Miocene transition. Evolution and Geological Significance of Larger Benthic Foraminifera (English Edition) 1,24€ 3: The Natural History of an Arctic Oil Field: Development and the Biota: 87,19€ 4: Evolution and Geological Significance of Larger Benthic Foraminifera (Volume 21) (Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, Volume 21, Band 21) 507,83€ 5 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Lepidocyclinids originated in the Americas but related forms are reported from West Africa from the middle Eocene-early Oligocene pointing to an eastward migration. Large benthic foraminifera are significant contributors to sediment formation on coral reefs, yet they are vulnerable to ocean acidification. Foraminifera [von *foraminifer-], (d´Orbigny 1826), Foraminiferida, Foraminiferen, Porentierchen, Lochträger, Kammerlinge, Thalamophora, artenreiche (rezent ca. A possible extensional event before D2 may be related to the deposition of the Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous carbonate sediments. Parts of the eugeosynclinal sequences were folded in the Lower-Middle Eocene and at the Eocene-Oligocene transition. Ben-Eliahu, N.; Herut, B.; Rahav, E.; Abramovich, S. Shell Growth of Large Benthic Foraminifera under Heavy Metals Pollution: Implications for Geochemical Monitoring of Coastal Environments. sp. These differently discriminated species seem to demonstrate the reality of the evolutionary processes known as punctuated equilibra and phyletic gradualism, and it is argued that these are but 2 manifestations of a single process and should not be regarded as mutually exclusive. initiated by significant changes of plate motion between Nazca and South Benthic foraminifera live, attached or free, at all depths, and include a major group of foraminifera with complicated internal structures, the so called “larger benthic foraminifera”. The belonging of the species to the genus Dictyoconella Henson however is challenged, as the type-species Dictoyconella complanata in contrast does not display an orbitolinid test architecture. A platform-to-basin transect in Egypt provides new data on timing and causal mech-anisms through correlation with planktic biozonations and through integration with regional paleoenvironmental data. This book aims to introduce rotaliid representatives as index fossils that can be recognized in random thin-sections of cemented rocks. The geology in the Sonoma-Livermore Province is further complicated by the Mendocino triple junction which transformed a convergent continental margin into a strike-slip margin in the middle Miocene (14-13 Ma). In the Neogene the only genus known so far is Neosemantis that occurs sporadically since the lower Miocene. This interval is characterized by moderate to high amplitude, low frequency, laterally continuous, parallel reflections that are interpreted as a series of primarily deep-water car-bonates. Biostratigraphy and biogeography of Jurassic deposition prevailed due to opening of the East sea. The inventory of larger benthic foraminifera focuses on the main important groups and the illustration of their genera. The correlation of shallow benthic zones with the Paleocene-Eocene Time Scale by Berggren et al. 1, Rhodophyta Imac Herren Sandalen BENTHIC Braun 40 EU WERERT Kofferanhänger,Luggage Tag Benthic Business ID Card Holder with Adjustable Strap for Travel BaggageTags Baggage Bag/Suitcases Business Card Holder Name ID Labels 3.7X2.2in ABMESSUNG: … In 1835 Dujardin recognised foraminifera as protozoa and shortly afterwards d'Orbigny produced the first classification. Textularid . (1965) and the orogenetic landslide model of Migliorini (1948) and Merla (1951). However, how the larger benthic foraminifera (LBFs) in the shallow Tethyan Ocean responded to the PETM remains controversial. Larger benthic foraminifera are globally distributed in calcareous temperate to tropical shallow-water environments and are particularly abundant and diverse in coral reefs where they are important calcium carbonate producers supporting reef accretion and substrate stability (Langer et al., 1997, Langer, 2008, Hohenegger, 2006, Fujita et al., 2016, Thissen and Langer, 2017). The main outcomes of this work are that 1) Neotrocholina Reichel is definitively excluded from the Involutinina; 2) the genera Andersenolina Neagu, Hottingerella Piller, and Septatrocholina BouDagher-Fadel and Banner are placed in synonymy with Coscinoconus Leupold; 3) the genus Ornatoconus di Bari is considered a synonym of Trocholina Schlumberger; 4) the distinction between the genera Auloconus Piller and Lamelliconus Piller is abandoned; 5) five new genera (Coronaserra n. gen., Frentzenella n. gen., Kristantollmanna n. gen., Papillaconus n. gen., and Wallowaconus n. gen.) and three new species (Frentzenella frentzeni n. gen., n. underlies part, The Austral Basin is situated in a formerly and recently high active Subsequently, larger benthic foraminifera exhibited independent but similar lines of evolution. The number of auxiliary chamberlets, reflecting the number of apertures in the wall of the embryo, and the number of nepionic chambers with only one aperture are considered to be the main features for distinguishing the species. During post-PETM oligotrophic conditions, these new taxa were able to evolve rapidly and soon dominated early Eocene larger-foraminifera assemblages, whereas many Paleocene taxa gradually disappeared. This was complemented by the interpretation of new 2D-seismic in the northernmost portion of the SJFB. The idea of origination of spicular Nassellaria once or several times from shell-bearing Nassellaria by the reduction of shell during some environmental crises of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic or by hybridization is rejected because the group is rather unitary in its spicular structure and it shows a certain evolution from taxa with massive spines to taxa with three-bladed spines. However, some additional rotaliid taxa, from the Late Cretaceous or that do not belong to the family Rotaliidae sensu stricto, are included in this book in order to demonstrate particular roots of rotaliid phylogenetic lineages in the previous community maturation cycle or to delimit the taxon Rotaliidae with more precision. and potential reservoirs. onlapping and thinning of the base of the Upper Cretaceous to Campanian A strong link between biotic and climatic events in North American province and the similarity of biotic changes in the North American and other provinces suggests that paleoclimatic events in North American province were controlled by global factors. The discussion covers: Morphological nomenclature; critical review of some genera; tentative biozonation in the Tethyian realm; phylogeny and classification; eustatic influence on the stratigraphic distribution of populations and paleobiogeography. time that coincided with a major global transgressions, circulation and resulted in inversion of the Phu Quoc basin. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece. Beedeina went to extinction near the Desmoinesian-Missourian sequence boundary. All stratigraphic interpretation is based. Among the 87 specimens illustrated from the two provinces, 45 are recorded in America, including three new taxa, Lepidocyclina (Nephrolepidina) braziliana, Lepidocyclina (Nephrolepidina) americana and Eulepidina parkinsonia, and one new unnamed species of Eulepidina. This is one of the most precise sequences, not only in this area, but also among former shallow marine deposits of the entire Neotethyan realm in the present Mediterranean region. 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