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Ladjuar Medam (Lajur Madan)

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Afghanistan / Badachshan (Badakhshan; Badahsan), Provinz / Kuran va Munjan, Bezirk / Kokscha-Tal / Sar-e-Sang / Ladjuar Medam (Lajur Madan)

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Marmor mit Mineral-Einschlüssen.

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Ladjuar Medam, Sar-e-Sang, Kokscha-Tal, Kuran va Munjan, Badachshan, AF
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Mineral images (49 Images total)

Lasurit
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Lasurit
Größe: 32x21x18 mm; Fundort: Ladjuar Madan, Sar-e-Sang, Bezirk Kuran va Munjan, Provinz Badakshan, Afghanistan
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: Afghanistan/Badachshan (Badakhshan; Badahsan), Provinz/Kuran va Munjan, Bezirk/Kokscha-Tal/Sar-e-Sang/Ladjuar Medam (Lajur Madan)
Mineral: Lazurite
Image: 1316375209
Rating: 6 (votes: 1)
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Lasurit

Größe: 32x21x18 mm; Fundort: Ladjuar Madan, Sar-e-Sang, Bezirk Kuran va Munjan, Provinz Badakshan, Afghanistan

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: slugslayer 2011-09-18
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Richterit
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Richterit
Diese Stufe mit transparenten Richteritkristallen stammt von Ladjuar Medam in Pakistan. Größe des Stückes etwa 68 mm x 39 mm.
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer; Contribution: Klaus Schäfer
Collection: Klaus Schäfer, Collection number: SyS-Rich-4-1-1
Location: Afghanistan/Badachshan (Badakhshan; Badahsan), Provinz/Kuran va Munjan, Bezirk/Kokscha-Tal/Sar-e-Sang/Ladjuar Medam (Lajur Madan)/Unbenanntes Richterit Vorkommen
Mineral: Richterite
Image: 1651574489
License: Usage for Mineralienatlas project only
Richterit (SNr: SyS-Rich-4-1-1)

Diese Stufe mit transparenten Richteritkristallen stammt von Ladjuar Medam in Pakistan. Größe des Stückes etwa 68 mm x 39 mm.

Collection: Klaus Schäfer
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer
Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2022-05-03
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Lasurit
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Lasurit
Größe: 30x26x18 mm; Fundort: Ladjuar Madan, Sar-e-Sang, Bezirk Kuran va Munjan, Provinz Badakshan, Afghanistan
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: Afghanistan/Badachshan (Badakhshan; Badahsan), Provinz/Kuran va Munjan, Bezirk/Kokscha-Tal/Sar-e-Sang/Ladjuar Medam (Lajur Madan)
Mineral: Lazurite
Image: 1316375059
License: Usage for Mineralienatlas project only
Lasurit

Größe: 30x26x18 mm; Fundort: Ladjuar Madan, Sar-e-Sang, Bezirk Kuran va Munjan, Provinz Badakshan, Afghanistan

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: slugslayer 2011-09-18
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Minerals (Count: 44)

Rocks (Count: 5)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Brogger, W.C. and Bäckström, H. (1890) Lazurit. Zeits.Kryst.Min., 18, 231. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Maiorov, A.N., Suderkin, A.I., and Krepoy, M.E. (1965): Report by the Survey and Prospecting Team on the results obtained in 1963-1964 at the lapis-lazuli occurrences of Afghanistan. Kabul, Rec. Off., DGMS.
  • Bariand, P., Cesbron, F., Giraud, R. (1968). Afghanit. Bull.Soc.fr.Min.Crist., 91, 34-42. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Guastoni, A. & Demartin, F. (2002): Hervorragender Neufund: Tiefblaue-Afghanit-Kristalle von Sar-e-Sang, Badakhshan, Afghanistan. Lapis 27 (6), 22-23.
  • Peters, S.G., Ludington, S.D., Orris, G.J., Sutphin, D.M., and Bliss, J.D., eds. (2007): Preliminary Non-Fuel Mineral Resource Assessment of Afghanistan. USGS Open–File Rep.. 07-1214.
  • Weiss, S. (2009): Nephelin statt Skapolith- die schönsten Kristalle aus Afghanistan! Lapis 34 (12): 6.
  • Parodi, G.C., Ferraris, C., Pont, S., Miska, S., Farges, F. & Camara, F. (2010): Wurtzite-2H manganesifera di Lajur Madana, Sar-e-Sang, Badakhshan, Koksha Valley, Afghanistan. Riv. Min. Ital., 2, 110-12.
  • Moore, T.P., Woodside, R.W.M., (2014): The Sar-e-Sang Lapis Mines, Kuran Wa Munjan district, Badakhshan Province, Afghanistan. Min. Rec. 45 (3), 280-336.
  • Karine M. Renaud (2015). AFGHANISTAN. The Mineral Industry of Afghanistan. Minerals Yearbook. U.S. Dep. Interior u. U.S. Geol. Survey.

IDs

GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) abNE9_BCIkm3ZqUUER9iSQ
GUID (Global unique identifier) F744B369-42F0-4922-B766-A514111F6249
Database ID 11235