The Bone Museum

The Bone Museum

Sandy the scientist opens her own bone museum. Take a tour of the museum where you find a skeleton of dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus, a pygmy shrew, a crab, a star fish, a blue whale and an Egyptian mummy.

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ISBN: 1988509602

Category: Museums

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Sandy the scientist opens her own bone museum. Take a tour of the museum where you find a skeleton of dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus, a pygmy shrew, a crab, a star fish, a blue whale and an Egyptian mummy.
Categories: Museums

The Bone Museum

The Bone Museum

Following the work of Phil Currie, a leading vertebrate paleontologist, the author traces the evolutionary link between dinosaurs and birds.

Author: Wayne Grady

Publisher: Basic Books (AZ)

ISBN: 1568582617

Category: Science

Page: 304

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From China to Patagonia, award-winning science writer Wayne Grady accompanies a team of paleontologists on several digs. Following the work of Phil Currie, a leading vertebrate paleontologist, the author traces the evolutionary link between dinosaurs and birds. Living in tents and experiencing fieldwork as well as the thrill of discovery firsthand, Grady recounts his journey with a storyteller’s sense of narrative.
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Annual Report of the Trustees of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology

Annual Report of the Trustees of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology

Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology. In each hand was
one of the copper ear - ornaments of the kind I have referred to so often . The
finger bones were so arranged as to show that these ornaments had been
clasped in ...

Author: Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081751236

Category: America

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Categories: America

Descriptive Catalogue of the Osteological Series Contained in the Museum

Descriptive Catalogue of the Osteological Series Contained in the Museum

Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum. bones ; the three
corresponding to the cuneiform bones are very small , the two which answer to
the cuboides are very large ; that which supports the fifth digit stands out like a
broad depressed ...

Author: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum

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ISBN: CHI:57113049

Category: Bones

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The Bone Vault

The Bone Vault

The Bone Vault begins in the glorious Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where wealthy donors have gathered to hear plans for a controversial new exhibit. An uneasy mix of scholarship and showbiz.

Author: Linda Fairstein

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748130252

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

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Following the critically acclaimed and top ten Best Seller The Deadhouse, Linda Fairstein now takes us behind the scenes of some of New York's magnificent and mysterious institutions in her most electrifying Alexandra Cooper thriller yet. The Bone Vault begins in the glorious Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where wealthy donors have gathered to hear plans for a controversial new exhibit. An uneasy mix of scholarship and showbiz. The exhibition has raised fierce opposition from some of the museum's elite: IMAX time trips and Rembrandt refrigerator magnets have no place for them at the Met. Assistant DA Alex Cooper, off duty for the evening, observes the proceedings with bemused interest until the Met director suddenly pulls her aside: the body of a young researcher has been found in an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus. Teaming up with cops Mike Chapman and Mercer Wallace, Alex must penetrate the silent sentinels comprising New York's museum society, investigating not only at the Met but also at the Museum of Natural History and the Cloisters, to find a killer. Atmospheric, chilling, and shot through with procedural authenticity.
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Bulletin of the United States National Museum

Bulletin of the United States National Museum

United States National Museum. the skeleton in a general way , soak the
exposed bones well with gum water , cover completely with one layer of thin oiled
paper , lay across the entire length of the specimen two or more iron rods or
sticks of ...

Author: United States National Museum

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ISBN: UCBK:C051684333

Category: Natural history

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Categories: Natural history

Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U S National Museum During the Year Ending June 30

Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U S  National Museum During the Year Ending June 30

United States National Museum. ( After Mitchell . ) of the bone there is above a
deep cavity forming the bony walls of the 6 pit ” already referred to , which
separates two articular surfaces . The upper one at the top of the maxillary forms
with the ...

Author: United States National Museum

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106298540

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Catalogue of the Fossil Fishes in the British Museum Natural History Actinopterygian Teleostomi of the orders Chondrostei concluded Protospondyli Aetheospondyli and Isopondyli in part

Catalogue of the Fossil Fishes in the British Museum  Natural History   Actinopterygian Teleostomi of the orders Chondrostei  concluded   Protospondyli  Aetheospondyli  and Isopondyli  in part

1 . Type . Left splenial dentition ; British Museum . Splenial bone comparatively
elongated , with large , closely arranged teeth , mostly smooth and nearly circular
, a few exhibiting an apical pit with feebly crimped margin , disposed in about 5 or
 ...

Author: British Museum (Natural History). Department of Geology

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044107207730

Category: Fishes, Fossil

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Categories: Fishes, Fossil

Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and of the Museum of Practical Geology in London

Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain  and of the Museum of Practical Geology in London

The bone Pr . F. , which can be at once identified as the prefrontal in Clarius , and
which sends down a process dividing the orbit from the nostril , obviously
corresponds with the similarly related bone in Coccosteus ; while in Clarias the
orbit is ...

Author: Geological Survey of Great Britain

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10226207

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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Rock Specimens in the Museum of Practical Geology

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Rock Specimens in the Museum of Practical Geology

With Explanatory Notices of Their Nature and Mode of Occurrence in Place
Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain), Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay.
BONE - CAVES . 177 104 . ICE - SCRATCHED STONE , | ceros tichorinus ,
Elephas ...

Author: Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain)

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ISBN: GENT:900000001904

Category: Geological museums

Page: 291

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Catalogue of the Medical Section of the United States Army Medical Museum

Catalogue of the Medical Section of the United States Army Medical Museum

Joseph Janvier Woodward, Army Medical Museum (U.S.). 1682 . Section through
one and portion of another of the bones of the tarsus of new - born infant , stained
with A. 16 . carmine . Only a small central portion in the bones is as yet ossified ...

Author: Joseph Janvier Woodward

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ISBN: CHI:092508808

Category: Catalogs

Page: 160

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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy pt 2 Animal materials and bronze

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities     in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy  pt 2  Animal materials and bronze

Royal Irish Academy. Museum. obtained from some of the crannoges mentioned
above , and described at page 225 . For the catalogue of the other articles on
Tray B , see pages 264 and 274 , & c . Tray C , Miscellaneous Bone Articles , Pins
 ...

Author: Royal Irish Academy. Museum

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ISBN: PSU:000010571200

Category: Archaeology

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Categories: Archaeology

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy pt 1 Stone earthen and vegetable materials 1857 pt 2 Animal materials and bronze 1861

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities     in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy  pt  1  Stone  earthen  and vegetable materials  1857   pt  2  Animal materials and bronze  1861

Royal Irish Academy. Museum. obtained from some of the crannoges mentioned
above , and described at page 225 . For the catalogue of the other articles on
Tray B , see pages 264 and 274 , & c . Tray C , Miscellaneous Bone Articles , Pins
 ...

Author: Royal Irish Academy. Museum

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ISBN: UCAL:B3392425

Category: Archaeology

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Categories: Archaeology

Studies from the Museum of Zoology in University College Dundee

Studies from the Museum of Zoology in University College  Dundee

Museum of Zoology D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson. two lateral processes which
enclose a ... Internally the bone presents a regular curved ridge looking upwards
, traversing the bone at its lower third . This ridge is capped by cartilage , and ...

Author: University College, Dundee. Museum of Zoology

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ISBN: CHI:21664688

Category: Zoology

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Categories: Zoology

Descriptive Catalogue of the Teratological Series in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Descriptive Catalogue of the Teratological Series in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Museum, Benjamin Thompson Lowne, Maxwell Tylden Masters. malar bones .
The cavity of the mouth is completely open on this side , and is continuous with
the persistent first visceral cleft , the posterior boundary of which is formed by a ...

Author: Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum

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ISBN: UOM:39015024444922

Category: Abnormalities, Human

Page: 192

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Categories: Abnormalities, Human

A Descriptive Guide to the Museum of Practical Geology

A Descriptive Guide to the Museum of Practical Geology

... of Mines, and the Mining Record Office Museum of Practical Geology (Great
Britain), Robert Hunt, Frederick William Rudler ... The bones are chiefly those of
the reindeer , and are in most cases fractured , having probably been broken for
the ...

Author: Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain)

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ISBN: UOM:39015033580294

Category: Geological museums

Page: 183

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Categories: Geological museums

Merry s Museum Parley s Magazine Woodworth s Cabinet and the Schoolfellow

Merry s Museum  Parley s Magazine  Woodworth s Cabinet and the Schoolfellow

But we fixed about eighty years as the limit , need not imagine anything of the
kind . but only a few reach that age , and a The bones are all placed just where
still less number pass beyond it . We they are needed , each one exactly think
most ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081737722

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The Mechanic s Magazine Museum Register Journal and Gazette Volume 36

The Mechanic s Magazine  Museum  Register  Journal and Gazette  Volume 36

Bones , bone - ash , bone - dust , and other phosphoritic substances have been
before now employed as manures , but always in a chemically undecomposed
state , whereby their action on the soils to which they have been applied has
been ...

Author: Anonymous

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: DMM:057002846478

Category:

Page: 536

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