Recollections Of A Scientist Volume 2

Author: Norman N. Greenwood
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477151850
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More treasures of a different sort awaited us at the Fitzwilliam Museum with its
paintings, sculptures, and elegant objects d'art. It was like the Louvre but on a
human scale, almost a mini Louvre starting from Phoenician, Greek and Greco—
Roman pieces and with several galleries RESEARCH AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
DURING SECOND TERM 137.

The J Paul Getty Museum Journal

Author: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 0892361336
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Volume 15, 1987 The J. Paul Getty Museum. The God Apollo, a Ceremonial
Table with Grifflns, Figures Za—b. Top ... The statue of Apollo has been carved
from marble which certainly comes from Attica, and the two elegant objects of
furniture—a ceremonial table and a votive basin—have been fashioned out of
marble from the Aegean Islands of Greece, not Thasos in the north but the area of
Paros or Naxos in the Cyclades. The purpose of this study is to argue that all
three sculptures ...

The Works Of Charles Darwin

Author: Richard Broke Freeman
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814720544
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No trace of the two acoustic sacks can be perceived in the corium of the young
cirripede, excepting the coloured marks above alluded to. In the young capitulum,
the five valves stand some way apart from each other; they are elegant objects
under the microscope; they are not calcified, but consist exclusively of chitine;
they are rather thick, composed of an outer membrane lined by hexagonal prisms
, / quite unlike any other membrane in the animal. These valves, which I have
called ...

The Works Of Charles Darwin Vol 11 A Volume Of The Sub Class Cirripedia 1851

Author: Paul H Barrett
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315477203
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No trace of the two acoustic sacks can be perceived in the corium of the young
cirripede, excepting the coloured marks above alluded to. In the young capitulum,
the five valves stand some way apart from each other; they are elegant objects
under the microscope; they are not calcified, but consist exclusively of chitine;
they are rather thick, composed of an outer membrane lined by hexagonal prisms
, / quite unlike any other membrane in the animal. These valves, which I have
called ...

The Gentleman S Magazine And Historical Chronicle

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of the common fly (f), have each afforded matter for an elegant volume, and
reflected credit on the ingenuity of their authors. The mind thus accustomed to the
minutiae of a science. could scarcely be inattentive to one of its most ... and
elegant objects : it is not, therefore, to be supposed, that the caterpillar, described
in the last Gentleman's Magazine, as a non-descript reptile, should have estaped
the attention of entomologists ; and, accordingly, we find it accurately figured in
most of the ...

Antiquarian And Topographical Cabinet

Author: James Sargant Storer
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Containing a Series of Elegant Views of the Most Interesting Objects of Curiosity
in Great Britain James Sargant Storer. St. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, cinque ...
Opening to the belfry stairs is the door which forms the Title-page to this Volume.
This door is evidently of the same age as ... a third part of all expenses of repair.
The mayor of Sandwich was formerly chosen in this Church, and the custom
continued, until Charles II. in St. cleMENT's church, 1683, by letter under his sign
manual, B 2.

A Monograph Of The Sub Class Cirripedia The Lepadidae

Author: Charles Darwin
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814718000
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In the young capitulum, the five valves stand some way apart from each other;
they are elegant objects under the microscope; they are not calcified, but consist
exclusively of chitine; they are rather thick, composed of an outer membrane
lined by hexagonal prisms, / quite unlike any other membrane in the animal. ...
segments. The extreme tips of the twenty-four rami of the six pair of cirri, are
formed within the twenty-four, corresponding, little, 18 [2 1/2] WORKS OF DARW
IN : VOLUME 1 1.

The Gentleman S And Connosseur S Dictionary Of Painters Containing A Complete Collection And Account Of The Most Distinguished Artists Who Have Flourished From 1250 1767 To Which Are Added Two Catalogues The One Of The Disciples Of The Most Famous Masters The Other Of Those Painters Who Imitated The Works Of The Eminent Masters So Exactly As To Have Their Copies Frequently Taken For Originals Etc

Author: Matthew PILKINGTON (Vicar of Donabate, Dublin.)
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... which were touched with a great deal of spirit. The emperor Rodolph having
seen some of the works of this master, admired them so highly, that he engaged
him in his service, settled on him a considerable pension, and enabled him to
travel to Tirol, to improve his taste, and furnish his imaghntion with more elegant
objects, by surveying beautiful nature in all its wildness, among the vales, hills,
mountains, and precipices, of that tract of country. He spent two years in close
application ...

Biographical Dictionary Of Painters Sculptors Engravers And Architects From The Earliest Ages To The Present Time

Author: John Gould
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... furnish his imagination with more elegant objects, by surveying beautiful nature
in all its wildness, among the vales, hills, mountains, country. He spent two years
in close application to his studies, and designed after nature those situations
which appeared to him most agreeable, romantic, and suitable to his faney; he
made sketches of those rocks, rivers, cascades, torrents, and stupendous falls of
water, which occurred to his observation ; and filled a large volume with those
designs, ...