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Henry Cortesini Jr.

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Early Paleozoic plutonism in the central Virginia Piedmont consists of the igneous Lahore Complex and Ellisville Pluton. The Lahore Complex consists of a small altered mafic pluton intruded by the shoshonitic, alkalic monzonites of the Lahore Pluton (-450 Ma) that, in turn, is intruded by the calc-alkaline, granodioritic Ellisville Pluton (-440 Ma). These plutons were emplaced at about 760aC at a depth of 12 to 18 km within greenschist-facies rocks and are enclosed by contact-metamorphosed rocks.
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