Rudabánya

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Rudabánya

 

a settlement in northern Hungary, in the megye (county) of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén. It is a center for iron ore mining; an ore-dressing works producing about 500,000 tons of concentrate a year is located in Rudabánya.

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Samples from the Banatitic Magmatic and Metallogenetic Belt in Romania (BMMB Masca-Cacova Ierii) and Hungary (Rudabanya and Recsk) were also tested with deionised water and acetic acid.
HTL322 is from Rudabanya, Hungary, from a Mississippi Valley Type (MVT) deposit.
diaphorus from Rudabanya, Hungary, it is practically absent (Werdelin, 2005), whereas in S.
(2005): The carnivores of Rudabanya. In: Bernor, R.L., Kordos, L., Rook, L.
Begun and Lazlo Kordos of the Hungarian Geological Institute in Budapest reconstructed fossils uncovered about 20 years ago at a site known as Rudabanya. The specimens include large portions of two skulls, two pieces of upper jaw, four partial lower jaws, isolated teeth, and several fragments of bone from the lower body.
Five more are recorded in this site and a couple of sites more, that in general have also been comprehensively sampled such as Rudabanya or Sansan (Martes mellibulla, Mesomephitis medius, Paralutra sp., Promephitis pristidens, Taxodon cf.
Nor is the old copper-species locality of Rudabanya, Hungary finished yet.
(2007b): Paleoenvironment of Dryopithecus brancoi at Rudabanya, Hungary: Evidence from dental meso- and micro-wear analyses of large vegetarian mammals.
Rudabanya in Hungary also keeps us dreaming, with just a few more malachite pseudomorphs after cuprite; just enough to whet the apatite (sic).
But the seventh dealer, Laslo Palinkas (www.koorszag.com) from Hungary, had brought some marvelous things from the Rudabanya area, including quite respectable cuprite and malachite showing great promise for the future.
The new article is by Laszlo and Elsa Horvath who wrote (with Bob Gault) our Mont Saint-Hilaire issue; Laszlo ("Les") is also a co-author of the big article on Rudabanya in this issue.
The only famous classic mineral locality in present-day Hungary, Rudabanya has a long and interesting history.