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A total of 154.7 m of clastic rocks described herein from Bargat El Shab area in southwestern Egypt is considered a type section for the Nubia Sandstone. The section is divided into three members: Shab, Quseir, and Taref. At the type locality a fossiliferous Paleocene limestone unit marks the top of the Nubia Sandstone and a Precambrian granite is at the base. The age of the Nubia Sandstone ranges from pre-Maestrichtian to Paleocene.
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