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Petrological and fluid-inclusion data of high-grade metapelitic gneisses that occur as enclaves and in the immediate surroundings of the 2.612 Ga old Bulai granitoid intrusive are presented in this chapter. The Bulai intrusive is an important time marker in the tectono-metamorphic evolution of the Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex. The host-rock gneisses show one generation of garnet, cordierite, and sillimanite, whereas the enclave gneisses show two different generations of garnet (Grt1,2), cordierite (Crd1,2), and sillimanite (Sil1,2). The first generation defines a gneissic texture, whereas the second generation shows a random mineral orientation. Grt...

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