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Further Exploration Defines Additional Gold-Silver Targets at Aurania's Lost Cities Project

Aurania Resources Ltd.

Indication of Large Mineralized System

Figure 1. Map of the Shimpia - Tiria targets showing the location & grade of samples of rock (grab samples from boulders in streams) and outcrop with the distribution of silver and pathfinder elements, antimony and mercury, in ridge-and-spur soil samples.

Figure 2. Map showing the Jempe porphyry target, potentially the source of metals that first deposits copper-silver in sedimentary rocks, followed by silver-zinc-lead as the metal-bearing fluids cool, and finally epithermal gold-silver as the fluids cool further. The way in which the Tiria targets for gold-silver are arranged around the silver-zinc-lead zone in the centre, suggests that we are looking at a large and coherent mineralized system.

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