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Tertiary Collection

Background imageTertiary Collection: Prehistoric landscape during the Tertiary Era, Europe

Prehistoric landscape during the Tertiary Era, Europe
View of a prehistoric landscape, with animals, during the Tertiary Era in Europe (Palaeocene to Pliocene)

Background imageTertiary Collection: Anoplotherium commune & gracile, Palaeotherium

Anoplotherium commune & gracile, Palaeotherium
Sheet 4 of a series of posters called Extinct Animals by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862. This collection of mammals could be found during the Eocene epoch some 50 million years ago

Background imageTertiary Collection: Uintatherium skull

Uintatherium skull
Skull measures 740 mm left to right. Uintatherium, a horned ungulate from the mid Eocene of western U.S.A, stood about 1.6m at the shoulder

Background imageTertiary Collection: Tertiary period syphilis symptoms on the body

Tertiary period syphilis symptoms on the body. Gummata or gummy tumors of the forearm 1, osteitis of the bones of the nose and gummata of the tonsils 2, osteitis and ulceration of the palate 3

Background imageTertiary Collection: Saint Elizabeth of Portugal healing a sick woman, circa 1799

Saint Elizabeth of Portugal healing a sick woman, circa 1799
Saint Elizabeth of Portugal (1271-1336). Queen of Portugal. Saint Elizabeth of Portugal healing a sick woman, circa 1799. By Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828). Lazaro Galdiano Museum. Madrid

Background imageTertiary Collection: Giant Brontosaurs in a freshwater lake, Jurassic

Giant Brontosaurs in a freshwater lake, Jurassic
Reproduction of giant Brontosaurus genus dinosaurs in a freshwater lake, Jurassic. Colour print after an illustration by Hugo Wolff-Maage from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life

Background imageTertiary Collection: Animals and plants of the Tertiary era

Animals and plants of the Tertiary era in Europe. Date: BCE

Background imageTertiary Collection: Andrewsarchus mongoliencis, Skull cast

Andrewsarchus mongoliencis, Skull cast
Cast of the only known cranium of Andrewsarchus mongoliensis from the Eocene of Irdin Manha, China (original is in the AMNH)

Background imageTertiary Collection: Amigo Ferrer, Luis ( 1854-1934). Bust

Amigo Ferrer, Luis ( 1854-1934). Bust
Amigo Ferrer, Luis ( 1854-1934). Capuchin friar. Bishop of Solsona and Segorbe (1907-1934). Bust at the Shrine of Our Lady of Montiel. Benaguacil. Province of Valencia. Spain

Background imageTertiary Collection: Landscape in Tertiary era Europe

Landscape in Tertiary era Europe.. Chromolithograph from Dr. Fr. Rolles Geology and Paleontology section in Gotthilf Heinrich von Schuberts Natural History, Schreiber, Munich, 1886

Background imageTertiary Collection: Hyracotherium or Eohippus, the dawn horse

Hyracotherium or Eohippus, the dawn horse, of the Tertiary to Eocene.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916

Background imageTertiary Collection: Early Miocene scene in Europe

Early Miocene scene in Europe
Artists reconstruction (L to R) Eotragus (4 animals), Brachypotherium, Amphicyon (2 animals), Hyrotherium, Schizotherium (2 animals)

Background imageTertiary Collection: White River scene, late Eocene

White River scene, late Eocene
Artists reconstruction (L to R) Hoplophoneus, Mesohippus, Hyaenodon, Archaeotherium, Poebrotherium, Pseudoprotoceras, Megacerops, Daphoenus, Merycoidodon, Subhyracodon

Background imageTertiary Collection: Fossil shells of the Miocene Tertiary Period

Fossil shells of the Miocene Tertiary Period
Plate II from Principles of Geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earths surface. Vol. 3 1832-33 by Charles Lyell (1797-1875)

Background imageTertiary Collection: Rana pueyoi, fossil frog

Rana pueyoi, fossil frog
An 8-6 million year old specimen of a fossil frog from the Late Miocene, Teruel, Spain

Background imageTertiary Collection: Porana oeningen, fossil flower

Porana oeningen, fossil flower
Fossil flower from the late Miocene Tortonian rocks of Oeningen, Baden, Germany. Morning glory family - Convolvulaceae. Specimen from the Van Breda Collection

Background imageTertiary Collection: Clypeaster altus, a fossil echinoid

Clypeaster altus, a fossil echinoid
Clypeaster altus, 13 cm anterior to posterior, from the Miocene of Malta, oral view

Background imageTertiary Collection: Saint Rose of Lime (1586-1617). Colored engraving

Saint Rose of Lime (1586-1617). Colored engraving
Saint Rose of Lime (1586-1617). Mystic tertiary Dominic. Colored engraving. 19th century

Background imageTertiary Collection: Blessed Mariana of Jesus. Spanish tertiary of the Order of M

Blessed Mariana of Jesus. Spanish tertiary of the Order of M
Blessed Mariana of Jesus, born Ana Maria Navarro Guevara and Romero (1565-1624). Spanish tertiary of the Order of Mercy. Engraving by Capuz, 1852. Colored

Background imageTertiary Collection: Book of Order of cavalry, 15th century, by Ramon Llull (1235

Book of Order of cavalry, 15th century, by Ramon Llull (1235
Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Spanish writer and philosopher. Book of Order of cavalry. Manuscript, 15th century. Title cover

Background imageTertiary Collection: Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Colored engraving

Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Colored engraving
Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Spanish writer and philosopher. Colored engraving. 1739

Background imageTertiary Collection: Book of cavalry by Ramon Llull (1235-1316)

Book of cavalry by Ramon Llull (1235-1316)
Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Spanish writer and philosopher. Book of cavalry. Manuscript, 15th century. Colophon and anagram

Background imageTertiary Collection: Tertiary L scape

Tertiary L scape
European landscape of the Tertiary period (Paleocene to Pliocene) Date: 65 - 1.8 million BC

Background imageTertiary Collection: Prosqualodon davidi, skull cast

Prosqualodon davidi, skull cast
Cast of the cranium of Prosqualodon davidi from the early Miocene of Tasmania, Australia (original skull no longer exists)

Background imageTertiary Collection: Wild horses of the later Tertiary era, extinct

Wild horses of the later Tertiary era, extinct genus of Equus ferus.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916

Background imageTertiary Collection: A Tertiary Igneous Dyke

A Tertiary Igneous Dyke
A Tertiary igneous dyke cutting through a sandstone deposit. The igneous rock pierced its way through the earths crust in a vertical fissure

Background imageTertiary Collection: Mexican amber

Mexican amber
Piece of amber from Mexico from the Upper Oligocene about 25 million years old. Donated by Christine Bayliss

Background imageTertiary Collection: Toxodon Platensis, found at Sadillo

Toxodon Platensis, found at Sadillo
Illustration (p.134) from Charles Darwins Journal of Researches, first illustrated edition 1890

Background imageTertiary Collection: Six million year old fossiliferous rocks

Six million year old fossiliferous rocks located in Emirate of Abu Dhabi

Background imageTertiary Collection: Australopithecus africanus model

Australopithecus africanus model
Model of an adult female Australopithecus africanus reconstructed from remains found at Sterkfontein, South Africa. Probably lived about 2.5 million years ago during the Plio-Pleistocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Collembola entomobryidae, springtails in amber

Collembola entomobryidae, springtails in amber
Three Springtails preserved in Baltic amber. Originating from the Upper Eocene about 35 million years old

Background imageTertiary Collection: Flying ant amber

Flying ant amber
A flying ant preserved in Baltic amber. This specimen dates from the Upper Eocene period

Background imageTertiary Collection: Cockroach in Baltic amber

Cockroach in Baltic amber
A cockroach preserved in Baltic amber. Originating from the Upper Eocene about 35 million years old

Background imageTertiary Collection: Ant in amber

Ant in amber
An ant preserved in Baltic amber. This specimen dates from the Upper Eocene period, 56-34 million years ago

Background imageTertiary Collection: Scuttle fly in amber

Scuttle fly in amber
A scuttle fly preserved in Dominican amber. This specimen dates from the Lower Miocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Chalcid wasp in amber

Chalcid wasp in amber
Chalcid wasp, Chalcididae preserved in Baltic amber. Specimen originates from the Upper Eocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Schizomid in amber

Schizomid in amber
Schizomid meaning split or cleaved middle. Seen here in Dominican amber, originating from the Lower Miocene about 20 million years old

Background imageTertiary Collection: Snipe flies in amber

Snipe flies in amber
Snipe flies trapped and preserved in Baltic amber. Specimen dates from the Upper Eocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Scuttle fly in Dominican amber

Scuttle fly in Dominican amber
Mouldy scuttle fly Diptera:Cyclorrapha:Phoridae, trapped in Dominican amber. Specimen from the Lower Miocene. Image from Amber the Natural Time Capsule

Background imageTertiary Collection: Aphid in amber

Aphid in amber
A Winged aphid preserved in Baltic amber. This specimen dates from the Upper Eocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Millipede in amber

Millipede in amber
A Millipede, Myriapoda: Diplopoda preserved in Dominican amber. Specimen dates from the Lower Miocene about 20 million years old

Background imageTertiary Collection: Ichneumon wasp in amber

Ichneumon wasp in amber
Ichneumon wasp preserved in Baltic amber. This specimen with exquisitely preserved wings dates from the Upper Eocene period

Background imageTertiary Collection: Stylopid in amber

Stylopid in amber
Stylopid parasite (Strepsiptera sp.) preserved in Dominican amber. This specimen dates from the Lower Miocene

Background imageTertiary Collection: Sicilian amber

Sicilian amber containing two spiders which date from the Oligocene period about 30 million years old. Fig. 36 from Amber the Natural Time Capsule

Background imageTertiary Collection: Fossil shells of the Eocene Tertiary Period

Fossil shells of the Eocene Tertiary Period
Plate III from Principles of Geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earths surface. Vol. 3 1832-33 by Charles Lyell (1797-1875)

Background imageTertiary Collection: Eomyctophum koraense

Eomyctophum koraense
A fossiled fish originating from the Oligocene epoch, 37-24 million years ago. Found in Delatyn, East Galica, Ukraine

Background imageTertiary Collection: Arsinotherium skeleton

Arsinotherium skeleton
Mounted skeleton of an Oligocene, 35 million year old rhinoceras-like ungulate from Egypt. Complete mounted skeleton

Background imageTertiary Collection: Columber kargi

Columber kargi



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