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The pre-Variscan rocks of the Pyrenees exhibit a polyphase deformation linked to the Variscan crustal shortening and a low-pressure-high-temperature metamorphism. However, there is scarce chronostratigraphic evidence of this Variscan deformation. In the Pyrenean low-grade metamorphic domains, maximum ages have been provided by the synorogenic Carboniferous Culm deposits. In medium-to high-grade metamorphic areas, the Variscan regional metamorphism or intrusive magmatic bodies constrain the agedoi:10.3166/ga.20.385-392 fatcat:32ocmtpiz5a33mr55wbim4kzhe