File AvailableImprota, R.; Francesco, T. de 2022 Redetermination of the skeleton of the Asian rhinoceros in the Zoological Museum of the University Federico II, Naples (Italy). BORNH Bulletin of Regional Natural History 2 (1): 1-9 - https://doi.org/10.6093/2724-4393/9027
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An Asian rhinoceros skeleton is preserved in the Zoological Museum of the University Federico II of Naples (Italy). The study of the diagnostic characters of the skull has allowed to identify it as Javan rhinoceros, Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest, 1822. This specimen is one of the only two skelet...
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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 AvailableCooke, R. 2021 The pull of the pachyderm (exhibition at Barber Institute). Observer (London) 14 November 2021: 34
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File AvailableAnonymous 2021 Miss Clara, the Indian rhinoceros, and other fantastic beasts (exhibition at Barber Institute). Art Newspaper (Web) 4 November 2021: 1
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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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File AvailableBrace, S.; Dean, C. 2018 Sounding the Horn: A survey of rhino horn antiques sold in 2017 at auction in the UK. London, Save the Rhino International, pp. 1-94
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File AvailableRenker, C.; Henrich, B.; Hildebrand, U. 2018 Mainz: the zoological collections of the Mainz Natural History Museum/ State collection of natural history of Rhineland Palatinate. In: L.A. Beck (ed.), Zoological Collections of Germany, Natural History Collections. Berlin, pp. 519-528
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File AvailableGulas, M 2018 The pope's rhinoceros and quantum mechanics. Honors Projects. 343, pp. 1-50
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File AvailableGippoliti, S. 2018 Colin P. Groves (1942-2017) and his legacy. Natural History Sciences (Milano) 5 (2): 1-2 - https://doi.org/10.4081/nhs.2018.385
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File AvailableProa, M.; Beucher, M.; Mellier, B. 2017 Notice et description de deux crânes de rhinocéros (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) presents au Museum des sciences naturelles d’Angers. Bulletin de la Société d'études scientifiques de l'Anjou 28: 77-87
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We report the discovery of two incomplete crania of rhinoceros in the Muséum des sciences naturelles d'Angers, France. Both crania had belonged to old collections, had no documentation attached, and had been dubiously identified. Both are lacking premaxillae and mandible, and specimen MHNAn....
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Foerschler, S. 2017 Das Horn des Nashorns: Objekt der Parzellierung, Ästhetisierung und Wissensgenese. In: Cremer, A.C.; Mulsow, M. (eds.), Objekte als Quellen der historischen Kulturwissenschaften: Stand und Perspektiven der Forschung. Köln: pp. 195–207
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File AvailableFirenze "La Specola" 2016 Il corno violato: il rinoceronte tra superstizione e estinzione. Con le opere di Cristiana Vitartali e le installazioni di Stefano Bombardieri. Exhibition in Florence, Italy from 16 March to 16 July 2016
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File AvailableGrove, L.; Thomas, S. 2016 The rhino horn on display has been replaced by a replica: museum security in Finland and England. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies 14 (1): 1-11
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Museums are an integral part of the cultural life of societies. As well as having intangible value, many collections may also have considerable financial value and present a temptation to thieves. Furthermore, threats exist from accidents, natural disasters, and vandalism, among many other risks ...
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File AvailableBasford, J.; Bragg, G.M.; Hare, J.S.; Jewell, M.O.; Martinez, K.; Newman, D.R.; Pau, R.; Smith, A.; Ward, T. 2016 Erica the Rhino: A case study in using Raspberry Pi single board computers for interactive art. Electronics 5 (35): 1-18
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File AvailableBuehler, M. 2016 The shoulder horn of Dürer's marvelous Rhinocerus – revealing a 501 year old mystery beast. Report on kryptozoologie.net, pp. 1-19
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File AvailableVos, J.M. 2016 Het pontificale van Sinte Marie en de eenhoorn: een enigmatisch pontificale. Batchelor werkstuk, University of Utrecht, pp. 1-24
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File AvailableBerlin Museum of Natural History 2016 Haut des Spitzmaulnashorns (Diceros bicornis). Object in the museum
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File AvailableSthanapati, J. 2016 Two hundred years of natural history museums in India. Dream 2047 19 (1): 32-34
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File AvailableSthanapati, J. 2016 When history was gutted (fire at the Museum of Natural History in New Delhi, India). Science Reporter July 2016: 21-24
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File AvailableJones, K. 2016 The Rhinoceros and the Chatham Railway: taxidermy and the production of animal presence in the ‘Great Indoors’. History (Journal of the Historical Association) 101 (348): 710-735
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This article considers the practice of taxidermy and its relationship to the ‘golden age’ of big game hunting, the science of natural history and the dramaturgical codes of empire by looking at the collecting exploits of one man, Major Percy Powell-Cotton (1866–1940), and his attempts to pr...
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File AvailableZatushevskyy, A.; Shydlovskyy, I.; Tymkiv, I. 2016 Representativeness of the mammalian collection of the Zoological Museum of Lviv University. Proceedings of the Theriological School 14: 41-48
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File AvailableBologna Museum 2015 Restoration of a specimen of Rhinoceros unicornis. Internet contribution, pp. 1-2
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File AvailableFriedman, J.B. 2015 Durer's rhinoceros and what he or she was wearing: carnations, luxury gardens, identity formation, and urban splendor, 1460-1550. Journal of Material Culture 20 (3): 273-297
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File AvailableBestwick, J.; Smith, A.S. 2015 Creswell Crags fossil material in the Nottingham Natural History Museum, Wollaton Hall, UK. Geological Curator 10 (4): 181-192
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File AvailableBrandt, B. 2015 Geboren am 18. November 1772 im Schoss Friedrichsfelde: Prinz Louis Ferdinand von Preussen (1772-1806). Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 3: 80-89
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File AvailableGommans, J.J.L. & Hond, J.de 2015 Willem Schellinks en India: tussen werkelijkheid en illusie. In: Bange P., J. Geurts (eds), Onbegrensd perspectief: cultuurhistorische verkenningen. Amersfoort, pp. 69-96
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File AvailableAndreone, F. (and many others) 2014 Italian natural history museums on the verge of collapse?. ZooKeys 456: 139–146
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File AvailableMacGregor, A. 2014 Contributors of zoological subjects to the works of George Edwards (1694–1773). Journal of the History of Collections 26 (1), 35-44
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File AvailableBuzas, B.; Csorba, G.; Kispal, I. 2014 Asian rhinos in the Hungarian Natural History Museum (Ázsiai orrszarvúak a Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum gyjteményében). Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 106: 215-224
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File AvailableGoncalves, L.J. 2014 Rinocerontes do Museu Agrícola do Ultramar. In: Rhinos are coming. Lisboa: pp. 107-112
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File AvailableFildes, L. 2014 Shooting safari in Sydney. Arts Zine (Sydney) May 2014: 50-59
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File AvailableCastano, S. 2014 El rinoceronte de la calla de la Abada [Madrid]. Blog on Cosas de Los Madriles, pp. 1-3
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File AvailableOpera Gallery 2013 Salvador Dali: Rhinocéros cosmique. In: Highlights: the Monaco Masters Show, pp. 82-83
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File AvailablePequignot, A. 2013 The rhinoceros (fl. 1770–1793) of King Louis XV and its horns. Archives of Natural History 40 (2): 213–227
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File AvailableKim, T.; Jang, J.; Park, J.; Park, Jun 2013 The journey of a white rhinoceros: sculpture augmentation for gallery exhibition. IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2013Arts, Media, & Humanities Proceedings 1 - 4 October 2013, Adelaide, SA, Australia: 39-43
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File AvailableColeman, D. 2013 Menageries and museums: John Simons' The tiger that swallowed the boy (2012) and the lives and afterlives of historical animals. Animal Studies Journal 2 (1): 114-132
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File AvailableHuidobro, C. 2013 Durero grabador: Del Gótico al Renacimiento. Biblioteca Nacional de Espana, expocion Mayo 2013, pp. 1-4
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File AvailableKinzelbach, R. 2013 Das Nilmosaik von Praeneste als biogeographisches Dokument. Antike Naturwissenschaft und ihre Rezeption 23: 139-191
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Gernegroßwildjäger. Süddeutsche Zeitung 15 September 2012
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Haft für Nashorn-Bande. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 17 September 2012
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File AvailableViscardi, P. 2012 The horns of a dilemma: the impact of the illicit trade in rhino horn. NatSCA News no. 22: 8-15
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Nashorn ohne Horn: Wieder ein Museums-Diebstahl in Baden-Württemberg. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 10 May 2012: 109
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File AvailableHutterer, R.; Schroeder, O.; Peters, G. 2012 Ausverkauf in Wuppertal: Zur Sammlungsgeschichte eines Sumatra-Nashorns (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) im Kontext der nationalsozialistischen Kulturpolitik. Jahresberichte des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins Wuppertal 62: 7-36
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File AvailableSoldt, R. 2012 An Fasnet kam die Nashorn-Mafia [Theft of rhino horn from Stadmuseum in Offenburg]. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 23 February 2012: 9
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Theft of rhino horn in Norwich Museum stopped by brave visitors. Museums journal blog
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Rhinoceros horn in the National Museum of Ireland – Natural History. Press release 5 March 2012: 1
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File AvailableFerguson, K.K. 2012 Rhino horn theft a growing problem in Europe. Spiegel Online March 2012: pp. 1-2
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File AvailableSala, B. 2012 La valorizzazione di un sito paleontologico del Quaternario continentale Settepolesini di Bondeno, Ferrara. Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Ferrara – Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica, Ferrara; volume speciale 2012: pp. 67-73, figs 1-5.
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File AvailableGroenenberg, D.S.J.; Courcy, C.de; Linnie, M.; Oosterweghel, L. 2012 On the identity of the first rhinoceros owned by of the Dublin Zoo (†1865); genetic characterisation of a poorly preserved museum specimen. In: Groenenberg, D. 2012. Molecular taxonomy and natural history collections. Ph.D. Thesis at the University of Leiden, pp. 183-195
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File AvailableReich, M.; Gehler, A. 2012 Der Ankauf der Privatsammlung von J. F. Blumenbach (1752-1840) durch die Universität Göttingen. Philippia 15 (3): 169-187
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File AvailableMiljkovic, B. 2012 The Serbian panagiarion from Vatopedi. Recueil des travaux de l’Institut d’etudes byzantines 49: 355-364
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The panagiarion from Vatopedi, made out of a rhinoceros horn, is decorated with the busts of the Mother of God, Christ, St. John the Forerunner, the archangels Michael and Gabriel, the apostles Peter and Paul, the Evangelists, and the text of troparion of the Mother of God from the canon of Andre...
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File AvailableEnright, K. 2012 Horn heist. National Geographic 2012 February: 21
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File AvailableVienna Museum of Natural History 2011 Information on specimen of Rhinoceros sondaicus received in 1801. Wien, Museum
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File AvailableAnonymous 2011 Rhino head, snow leopard sold in U.S. auction. Wildlife Times (Nepal) 5 (32, 5 April): 14
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File AvailableGrant Museum 2011 Rhinoceros specimens in the Grant Museum of Natural History, London. Data taken from website
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File AvailableEnright, K. 2011 Rhino horn collections at risk. Antiqueweek August 2011: 1-2
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Kraft, R. 2011 The history of the unique type of Rhinoceros cucullatus, with remarks on observations in Ethiopia by James Bruce and William Cornwallis Harris (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae). Spixiana, Munchen 34 (1): 133-144, figs. 1-8
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File AvailableLyall, S. 2011 Rhino horns put Europe's museums on thieves' must-visit list. New York Times 26 August 2011: 1
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File AvailableZanata, G.; Mezzavilla, F.; Benetton, G. 2011 Le collezioni di vertebrati di Giuseppe Scarpa presso il Seminario Vescovile di Treviso. Bollettino del Museo civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia 62 Supplement: 35-42
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File AvailableKocina, E. 2011 Wiens Kampf gegen Nashornwilderer. Die Presse (Vienna) 11 November 2011: 14
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File AvailableAnonymous 2011 Hoorns van neushoorn gestolen in Rotterdam. NRC Handelsblad 29 August 2011: 1
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File AvailableKompagne, E.J.O. 2011 Peter J.H. van Bree (1927-2011): gepassioneerd wetenschapper en museum-conservator. Straatgras 23 (2): 43-45
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File AvailableAnonymous 2011 The lost rhinoceros horn carving. Handicraft (China) 2011: 84-85
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File AvailableZhao Youqiang 2011 Appreciation of rhino horn cup. Collectors 2011 (8): 47-48
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File AvailableXin Xin 2011 A rare rhinoceros horn cup. Art Market (China) 2011 (7): 72-74
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File AvailableRookmaaker, K. 2011 How I met Clara, the Dutch rhinoceros. Pachyderm Special 50th issue (Pachyderm Past and Present): 10-11
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File AvailableMoeliker, K.; Reumer, J.W.F. 2011 Neushoorn zonder hoorns. Straatgras Rotterdam 2011 (5): 75-76
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File AvailableAnonymous 2011 Rosie the rhino - horn theft. Newsletter of the Friends of the Ipswich Museums Autumn 2011: 12-13
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File AvailableWoodward, M. 2011 A monstrous rhinoceros (as from life): Toward (and beyond) the epistemological nature of the enacted pictorial image. Plymouth, Transtechnology Research • Reader 2011, pp. 1-24
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Dackerman, S. 2011 Dürer's indexical fantasy: the rhinoceros and printmaking. In: Dackerman, S. Prints and the pursuit of knowledge in early modern Europe. Yale University Press, pp. 164-171
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File AvailableSectionov 2010 How long can a rhino's horn grow? Fast facts about rhinos and their horns. The Rhino Print (Newsletter of the Asian Rhino Project) no. 8 (Spring 2010): 11-12
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File AvailableMancuso, M. 2010 Arte e rinomania (Gigi Bon in Venice). Barche February 2010: 64-67
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File AvailableThiney, J. 2010 Taxidermy of large specimens at the Museum national d'histoire naturelle (MHNH). Shanghai Science & Technology Museum 2 (4): 44-50
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File AvailableRobovsky, J.; Andera, M.; Benda, P. 2010 Revised catalogue of ceratomorph ungulates in the collection of the National Museum Prague and several other collections in the Czech Republic (Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae, Tapiridae) [Revidovaný katalog ceratomorfních kopytník sbírky Národního musea v Praze a nakolika dalších sbírek v Czeské republice (Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae, Tapiridae)]. Lynx (N.S.) 41: 237–294
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File AvailableSchaffer, P. 2010 Will the real Faberge please stand up. Hermitage Museum Foundation Newsletter 6 (2): 9
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File AvailablePlayer, I. 2009 Ian Player perspective - the horn. Posted by the WILD Foundation after Player's death on 30 November 2014
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File AvailableReich, M.; Gehler, A. 2008 Giants' bones and unicorn horns: ice age elephants offer 21st century insights. Collections - Wisdom, Insight, Innovation 8: 44-50
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File AvailableReich, M.; Gehler, A. 2008 Doe Knochen der Eiszeitriesen: Kaltzeitliche Grosssauger geben Erkentnisse fur das 21. Jahrhundert preis. Sammlungen - Erkenntnis, Wissen, Innovation 8: 44-50
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File AvailablePearce, S. 2008 William Bullock: Collections and exhibitions at the Egyptian Hall, London, 1816–25. Journal of the History of Collections 20 (1): 17-35
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File AvailableGerritsen, W.P. 2007 De eenhoorn en de apothekers: Opvattingen omtrent de antitoxische werking van 'eenhoornhoorn' in het laatste kwart van de 16e en het eerste kwart van de 17e eeuw. Gewina 30: 1-10
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File AvailableGerritsen, W.P. 2007 De eenhoorn, de Bijbel en de Physiologus: de metamorfose van een Oud-Indische mythe. Queeste, Tijdschrift over Middeleeuwse Letterkunde 14 (1): 78-87
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Samietz, Rainer; Strehlow, H. 2007 Note on rhinoceros in Gotha Museum. Unpublished.
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Information on a specimen of a young Indian rhinoceros, stuffed, in the museum in Gotha.
Im Journal der Säugetier-Sammlung (cat. 60), das 1842 begonnen wurde, ist unter der Nr. 809 vermerkt: "*23. Juli 1867: Rhinoceros indicus Frank 125 Thaler*"
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File AvailableLeuschner, U.; Bohnengel, J.; Hoffmann, Y.; Krebs, A. 2007 Johann Heinrich Merck: Briefwechsel. Gottingen, Wallstein Verlag, vol. 3
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File AvailableLeuschner, U.; Bohnengel, J.; Hoffmann, Y.; Krebs, A. 2007 Johann Heinrich Merck: Briefwechsel. Gottingen, Wallstein Verlag, vol. 5
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File AvailableGoebbel, L.; Schultka, R.; Olsson, L. 2007 Collecting and dissecting nature: Meckel’s Zootomical Museum at the University of Halle, Germany. Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology 12: 97-114
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File AvailableMartin, M. 2007 Jean Baptiste Oudry at the J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Artforum International 45 (May): 161
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File AvailableLauxmann, U. (ed) 2007 Fellnashorn (Coelodonta antiquitatis). Staatliche Museum für Naturkunde in Stuttgart (Museum am Löwentor) 2007: 1-4, 2 figs, 1 tab.
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File AvailableSimons, M. 2007 Unicornu in membrana elegantissime depictum: some thoughts on the activities of Archduke Ferdinand II in Prague, 1547-1567. Studia Rudolphina 7: 34-42
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File AvailableAshby, J. 2006 Kingdom in a cabinet: a guide to the animals of the Grant Museum. London, Grant Museum of Zoology at UCL: pp. 1-125
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File AvailableHeiningen, T.W.van 2006 Le vol et la restitution des objets d'histoire naturelle du Stathouder guillaume V. Les péripéties des collections du Stathouder guillaume V entre 1795 et 1815 . Archives internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 56 (2): 21-42
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File AvailableThorsen, L.E. 2006 The hipppopotamus in Florentine Zoological Museum “La Specola”: a discussion of stuffed animals as sources of cultural history. Museologia scientifica 21 (2): 269-281
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File AvailableBonnichon, P.; Charbit, L.; Proye, C. 2006 Histoire de la chirurgie des glandes parathyroides. Histoire des Sciences Medicales 11 (3): 151-163
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