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File AvailableSass, M. 2021 Liebelei und Fehde: Frühneuzeitliche Pokale aus Rhinozeros-Horn als Wissensobjekte. In: Bauernfeind, R.; Rudolph, P. Bilder exotischer Tiere. Zwischen wissenschaftlicher Erfassung und gesellschaftlicher Normierung 1500–1800. Augsburg, pp. 96-124
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File AvailableWang, D.; Qi, X.; Li, C.; Liu, H.; Ma, L.; Yang, X. 2021 Research on the species Identification of rhinoceros horn in Bezoar Angong pill of Korea based on DNA Bar-coding Technique. Journal of Liaoning University (Natural Sciences) 48 (1): 46-52
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File AvailableProa, M. 2021 Identifying rhinoceroses in museum collections. Academia Letters Article 2179: 1-8 - https://doi.org/10.20935/AL2179
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File AvailableHwang, J. 2021 Conservation treatment and characteristics of the belt with rhinoceros-horn ornaments at the National Hangeul Museum. Conservation Science in Museum 25: 51-62
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The Belt with Rhinoceros-Horn Ornaments(known as a seodae in Korean) from the family of Princess Deokon's descendants housed in the National Hangeul Museum underwent emergency treatment for a special exhibition in 2019 upon the request of the National Hangeul Museum. Priority was given to the...
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File AvailableGranqvist, E. 2020 How to repair the rhino specimen. Science Education and Museums 6: 133-135
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File AvailableMuehlbauer, M. 2019 The rhinoceros-horn beakers of Menelik II of Ethiopia: materiality, ritual and kingship. West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 26 (1): 61-79
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Three rhinoceros-horn beakers, now held in storage at the Smithsonian Institution, were the most valuable gifts among many given by Menelik II, emperor of Ethiopia (1889–1913), to the United States ambassador (Herman) Hoffman Philip between 1909 and 1910. Ethiopia, surrounded on all sides by co...
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File AvailableVeen, S. van der 2019 Colombiaanse neushoorns in Tunja [draft]. Draft of contribution, pp. 1-4
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File AvailableHericks, U.; Kunze, I.; Trautmann, M. 2019 Nachruf auf Prof. Dr. Meinert Meyer. Erziehungswissenschaft 30 (58): 141-143
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File AvailableSpary, E.C. 2019 On the ironic specimen of the unicorn horn in enlightened cabinets. Journal of Social History 52 (4): 1033-1060
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File AvailableKrakhmalnaya, T.V.; Kovalchuk, O.M.; Derkach, T.G. 2019 Rhinoceroses from the paleontological collection of the Zaporozhye Regional Museum of Local History (Ukraine). Culegere Simpozion 2018: pp. 83-91
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