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Homeric

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of or relating to the archaic form of Greek used by Homer
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50"E), a Homerian (Wenlock, Silurian) succession exposed in a tributary in the valley of the Dniester River in Podolia, Ukraine (Fig.
First evidence for the Homerian (late Wenlock, Silurian) positive carbon isotope excursion from peri-Gondwana: new data from the Barrandian (Perunica).
The Gothograptus lineage ranges through the upper Homerian to the lower Ludfordian of the Silurian, thus survived the lundgreni extinction event.
The lundgreni extinction event in Central Asia and its bearing on graptolite biochronology within the Homerian.
Ctenognathodus murchisoni was previously used as a zonal index species, marking the uppermost Homerian beds (Calner & Jeppsson 2003).
13]C values within the Nevezis Formation are interpreted as corresponding to the Global Middle Homerian double peak in carbon isotope ratios.
This is, for example, also the case of the classic Silurian Cellon section where the newly suggested Homerian zones (Oz.
The Early Ordovician to Early Devonian interval contains several of the most significant palaeoclimate and palaeobiological events in Earth history, including palaeobiodiversity events and/or perturbations to the global carbon cycle associated with the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE), near the base of the Katian, Ordovician-Silurian boundary, Llandovery-Wenlock boundary, middle Homerian, middle Ludfordian and Silurian-Devonian boundary, among others.