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Narlica Au-Ag deposit, Bergama, Izmir Province, Aegean Region, Turkey

Epithermal low-sulphidation quartz vein-type gold deposit. Ancient mine workings and dumps, dating back to 600 BC, and continuing into the Roman era, to around 400 AD, are developed over a strike length of 500m on a 1600m epithermal lode.
Located about 3.5 km north of the Ovaçik deposit.


- Yilmaz, H., Tolga, O., Arehart, G.B., Colakoglu, A.R., and Billor, Z. (2007): Low-sulfidation type Au–Ag mineralization at Bergama, Izmir, Turkey. Ore Geology Reviews 32, 81-124.

Mineral List

var: Electrum
'K Feldspar
var: Adularia'

var: Chalcedony
'Smectite Group'

13 entries listed. 9 valid minerals.

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