File AvailableZimmermann, D.E. 2009 The occurrence of piroplasms in various South African black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) populations. M.Sc. Thesis Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, University of Pretoria, pp. 1-39
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File AvailableJokela, T.; Eronen, J.T.; Kaakinen, A.; Liu, Liping; Passey, B.H.; Zhang, Zhaoqun; Fu, Mingkai 2005 Translation of Otto Zdansky’s “The Localities of the Hipparion Fauna of Baode County in Northwest Shanxi” (1923). Palaeontologia Electronica 8 (1); 3A: 10 pp, 10 figs [http://palaeo-electronica.org/paleo/2005_1/jokela3/issue1_05.htm]
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Details: six rhinoceros species - four of them belong to the genus Teleoceras, one to the genus Aceratherium, and another one to Sinotherium lagrelii Ringström.
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File AvailableWintergerst, M. 1932 Reisen auf dem Mittellaendischen Meere, der Nordsee, nach Ceylon und nach Java 1688-1710. Haag, Martinus Nijhoff, vol. 2, pp. i-xi, 1-152
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indessen haben sie [Elephanten] doch auch ihre Feinde, nemlich die Rinoceros, oder so genandt Naß-Hörner, deren ich zwar wohl ein todtes ausgefülltes, aber kein lebendiges gesehen.
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File AvailableVarthema, L. di 1928 The itinerary of Ludovico di Varthema of Bologna from 1502 to 1508 as translated from the original Italian edition of 1510, by John Winter Jones in 1863 for the Hakluyt Society, with a discourse on Varthema and his travels in Southern Asia by Sir Richard. London, The Argonaut Press, pp. i-lxxxv, 1-121
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In another part of the said temple [in Mecca] is an enclosed place in which there are two live unicorns, and these are shown as very remarkable objects, which they certainly are. The elder is formed like a colt of 30 months old, and he has a horn in the forehead, which horn is about three bracci...
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File AvailableBoule, M. 1917 O zubnom apparate … Borissyak 1914 … (De l'appareil dentaire de l'Elasmotherium caucasicum). L'Anthropologie 28: 163-165
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This article by M. Boule represents a translation of the Borissyak (1914) paper "O zubnom apparate …" available here.
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File AvailableSan Antonio, G.Q. de 1914 Breve et veridique relation des evenements du Cambodge Nouvelle edition du texte espagnol avec une traduction et des notes par A. Cabaton. Paris, Ernest Leroux, pp. i-vii, i-xxviii, 1-261
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[Full text in original language] Description de Cambodge. Les rhinoc?ros [badas] y sont nombreux - hors de ce pays il n'y en a point, sauf ? Sofala, qui est une contr?e d'Afrique o? ils ne sont pas aussi bons que ceux du Cambodge. - La corne, la peau, le sang, les d?fenses et les dents, ainsi qu...
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File AvailableBermudez, J. 1902 This is a short account of the embassy which the patriarch D Joao Bermudez brought from the Emperor of Ethiopia, vulgarly called Preste John, to the most Christian and zealous-in-the-faith-of-Christ King of Portugal, D Joao Lisbon, 1565: pp. 122 ff.

In: Whiteway, R.S. The Portuguese expedition to Abyssinia in 1541-1543 as narrated by Castanhosa, with some contemporary letters, the short account of Bermudez, and certain extraits from Correa. London, Hakluyt Society, Works Second Series, vol. 10: pp. i-cxxxii, 1-296, 1-24
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Cap. LI Kingdom of Damute = Ethiopia There is found in this country a kind of unicorn, which is wild and timid, of the shape of a horse and the size of an ass.
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File AvailableChys, J.A. van der 1889 Nederlandsch-Indisch Plakaatboek 1602-1811, volume 5, 1743-1750. Batavia, Landsdrukkerij and 's Hage, M. Nijhoff, pp. i, 1-787
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Dutch text of resolutions by the government in the Dutch East Indies

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1 September 1747.
Uitlooving eener premie van 10 rijksdaalders voor het dooden van een rhinoceros of tyger.
De Commissaris tot en over de zaken van den inlander had voor dat doel reeds voorgeschoten 860 ri...
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File AvailableBruce, J. 1804 Travels to discover the source of the Nile 1768-1773, second edition. Edinburgh, J. Ruthven for G.G.J. and London, J. Robinson, vol. 7
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RHINOCEROS
Naturalists seem now in general to be agreed that there are two species of this quadruped, the first having two horns upon his nose, the second one. It is also a generally received opinion, that these different species are confined to distant places of the old cont...
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File AvailablePasteur, J.D. 1798 Bladwijzer van de voorwerpen van natuurlijke historie, door Le Vaillant op zijne reizen waargenoomen, gerangschikt naar het Systhema Naturae Linnaei edit Gmelin, Lips 1782: pp. 355-364

In: Levaillant, F. Reize in de binnenlanden van Afrika. Leyden en Amsterdam, Honkoop en Allart: vol. 5, pp. i-iii, 1-384, 337-394
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Rhinoceros bicornis, tweehoornige Rhinoceros; IV, 174, 322, 356, 362, 366.
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File AvailablePennant, T. 1798 The view of Hindoostan, vol. 2: Eastern Hindoostan. London, Henry Hughs, pp. 1-441
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[153] Sunderbund

The one-horned rhinoceros is very common in these islands, it loves forests and swampy places, and is a frequent concomitant
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Schultens, A.; Muntinghe, H. 1794 Het boek Job, uit het Hebreeuwsch vertaald, met aanmerkingen. Amsterdam, Johannes Allart, pp. i-xxxii, 1-271
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XXXIX. vs. 12-15. Het dier, door woudstier overgezet, in het Hebreeuwsch Reëm, wordt thands door veelen, op den voorgang van de oude overzetters, van den Rhinoceros, of het neushoorn verklaard: dan ik heb tegen deeze uitlegging voorn. dit, dat het neushoorn door de natuurkenners beschr...
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File AvailablePasteur, J.D. 1793 Beknopte natuurlijke historie der zoogende dieren. Leiden, Honkoop en du Mortier, vol. 1, pp. i-vi, 1-363
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De Rhinoceros, de Neushoorn
De Rhinoceros is een der grootste viervoetige Dieren van den Aardbodem, dat een of meer vaste kegelachtige hoornen op den neus heeft, waarmede het zeer veel kragt kan oefenen.
Men kent en onderscheidt twee verschillende soorten van deeze dieren; de eer...
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File AvailablePennant, T. 1790 Indian Zoology, 2nd edition. London, Henry Hughs, pp. 1-185
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pp. 57-161 Indian Faunula

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X. Rhinoceros.
1. One-horned. No.67.
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File AvailableBurges, B. 1790 A series of Indostan letters. New York, W.Ross, pp. i-xxv, 1-168
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No.12. [To] George Chapman, esq; Athy, in Ireland.
[Written at] Muxeddabads, the capital of Bengal.

Your curiosity has been excited at my relating to you the manner the Spaniards fight the bulls at Barcelona, Valentia, Malaga, and other parts in Spain; I will now give you an acc...
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File AvailableHouttuyn, M. 1786 Musaei Houttuiniani pars prima, quae spectat regnum animali - Kabinet van dieren en dierlyke zaken, uitmakende het eerste deel der verzameling van naturalien. No place, no publisher
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16. Twee Rhinoceros-hoornen aan malkander.
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17. Een enkele dito uit Oostindie gezonden.
18. - Een van dezelfde gedaante
19. - Een dikke zwaare Rhinoceros hoorn
20. Twee fraay gepolijste en gesneede dito.
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File AvailableAllamand, J.N.S. 1785 Byvoegsel tot de natuurlyke historie van den rhinoceros, in het XIde deel, bladz. 104 van dit werk: pp. 1-7, pl. 1

In: Buffon, G.L. Leclerc de et al. De algemeene en byzondere natuurlyke historie met de beschryving van des Konings Kabinet. Amsterdam, J.H. Schneider: vol. 16
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Byvoegzel tot de natuurlyke historie van den Rhinoceros.
in het Xde Deel, bladz. 104 van dit werk. (*)

De Hr. de Buffon heeft den rhinoceros van Asia zeer wel beschreeven, en heeft daar eene afbeelding van gegeeven, die zeer naauwkeurig is (a). Hy hadt geene reden van te vermoede...
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File AvailableMauvillon 1785 Memoire sur le petit rhinoceros de bronze dans le cabinet de Monseigneur le Landgrave [enleve par Denon]. Kassel, Landesbibliothek der Stadt Kassel, Handschriftensammlung, 2o Ms. Hass. 241, XIV, 2, Bl. 1618r - 1623v
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Société des Antiquités, Vortrag, 1785

Le petit Rhinocéros de bronze offert aux receherches de la Societé dans la seance derniere, est sans doute qu'une représentation imparfaite de cet animal, mais il n'en est pas moins antique, et qu'il me soit d'abord permis de fair...
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File AvailableBerkhey, J. Le Franq van 1784 Eerste catalogus van de uitgebreide systhematische natuurkundige verzameling van teekeningen, prenten en afgezette afbeeldingen. Amsterdam, Theodorus Crayenschot, pp. 1, i-viii, 1-200
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Rhinoceros, de Renoster
706. 1. Rhinoceros unicornis Linn. 1. Rhinoceros accurate & ad vivum delineavit. J.le Fr.v.Berkhey, Ao. 1758. De Rhinoster die Ao. 1758 in dit land te zien is geweest, accuraat naar 't leven getekend, door J.le Fr.v.Berkhey.
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File AvailableSparrman, A. 1783 Beschreibung des Nashorns mit zwey Hoernern. Kg Schwedischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Abhandlungen 40: 291-300, pl. 1
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Das Nashorn mit einem Horne, welches allem Vermuthen nach sich nur in Asien aufhält, ist mehrmal nach Europa gebracht, und von Unterschiednen ziemlich gut beschrieben und abgebildet worden, besonders von Herr Parsons in Phil. Trans.
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Imhoof, C.A. 1782 Sammlung eines Nuernbergischen Munz-Kabinet welches mir vieler Muehe so vollstaendig, als moeglich, wenig Jahren zusammengetragen und sodann auf das genaueste beschrieben worden. Nuernberg
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No.58. Ein Nürnbergische Medaille, zwischen achter und neunter Groesse, auf das allda gewesene Nashorn, vom Jahr 1748.
Die V.S. zeiget das genau abgebildete Nashorn, auf einem bewachsenen Boden von der rechten gegen die linke Hand stehend. Linker Hand in der Entfernung sind vier kl...
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File AvailablePennant, T. 1781 History of quadrupeds, second edition. London, B.White, vol. 1, pp. i-xxiv, 1-564
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XI. RHINOCEROS. With one, sometimes two, large horns on the nose. Each hoof cloven in three parts.

66. Two-Horned.
Rhinoceros cornu gemino. Martial spectac.ep.22. Ph.Tr.Abr. ix. 100. xi. 910. Ph.Tr. vol. lvi. 32. tab.ii.
Kolben, ii, 101.
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File AvailableCamper, P. 1780 Dissertatio de cranio rhinocerotis Africani, cornu gemino; Academiae Scientiarum Imperiali Petropolitanae oblata. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae 1 (2): 193-209, pls. 5-8
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Ex Museo Lancumano, d.d. 26. Octobris MDCCLXXVI. [1776]

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Quum nuper in Celeb. Pallasii egregia dissertatione de ossibus Sibiriae fossilibus, craniis praesertim Rhinocerotum, caet. Comment. Nou. Academiae huius Tom. XIII. Inserta, viderem desiderari quam maxim...
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File AvailableSander, H. 1779 Nachricht vom Rhinoceros in Versailles. Naturforscher 13: 1-10
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Da ich im Junius und Anfang des Julius in Versailles war, machte ich mir oft am frühen Morgen das kostbare Vergnügen, im Königlichen Park am Canal hinunter in den Alleen reine Luft zu athmen, und zur Menagerie hinabzuspazieren. Man hat da die ganze Pracht der französischen Bildhauery,...
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Knorr, G.W.; Mueller, P.L.S. 1779 Deliciae naturae selectae, oder auserlesenes Naturalien-Kabinet welches aus den drey Reichen der Natur zeiget, was von curiosen Liebhabern aufbehalten und gesammlet zu werden, verdienet. Nuernberg, Knorrs Erben, vol. 1, pp. i-xiv, 1-96; vol. 2, pp. i-xx, 1-108, i-iv
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Shows Indian rhinoceros facing left, in garden landscape with a vase, in left lower corner a double horn.
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Ex communicatione Excell. Dn.D.Christ.Jac.Trew S.S.
J.C. Keller ad nat.pinxit
Jac.Andreas Eisenmann fecit. 76

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File AvailableBrink, C.F. 1778 Journal d'un voyage de terre dans l'interieur d'Afrique par les Pays des Petites et des Grands Namaquas: part 2, pp. i, 1-100

In: Hop, H. et al. Nouvelle description du Cap de Bonne-Esperance, avec un journal historique d'un voyage de terre, fait par ordre du Gouverneur feu Mgr. Rijk Tulbagh, dans l'interieur de l'Afrique, par une caravane de quatre-vingt-cinq personnes. Amsterdam, J.H. Schneider: pp. i-iv, 1-140, i-iii, 1-100
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Near Gamma River
Dimanche le 22. Novembre 1761.
Nous vîmes aussi dans les plaines, differentes especes de betes sauvages, comme ... des Rhinoceres [sic] (24)...

Note 24 by Allamand:
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File AvailableAnonymous 1777 Nieuwe algemene beschrijving van de Kaap de Goede Hoop. Amsterdam, Petrus Conradi / Harlingen, Volkert van der Plaats, vol. 1, pp. i-iii, i-viii, 1-486
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Rhinoceros
De Rhinoceros welke men aan de Kaap vindt, is donkerbruin van huid, zeer na aan zwart komende. Hij heeft geen hair op de huid;
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Kolbe zegt dat dezelve vol is met lidtekenen en klooven, even als die van den Olifant, en dat hy zo hard en dik is dat men 'er met...
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File AvailableZimmermann, E.A.G. 1777 Specimen zoologiae geographicae, quadrupedum domicilia et migrationes sistens, dedit, tabulamque mundi zoographicam adjunxit. Lugduni Batavorum, Theodorum Haak, pp. i-xxiv, 1-686
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Rhinoceros (a)
§ I. Rhinoceros, qui corporis mole elephanto parum cedit, eas quidem ipsas fere cum illo regiones, non eadem tamen copia, frequentat. Nec ipsum tam alte boream versus adscendere inde colligo, quod peregrinantium nullus se illum in Senegae ripis obvium habuisse testa...
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File AvailableBuonanni, P.; Battarra, G.A. 1773 Rerum naturalium historia nempe quadrupedum insectorum piscium variorumque marinorum corporum fossilium plantarum exoticarum ac praesertim testaceorum exsistentium in Museo Kircheriano. Romae, Zempelliano, vol. 1, pp. i-xl, 1-260
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XI. Cornu rhinocerotis (Tab. III No.54)
Rhinocerotem plurimi cum Monocerote confundunt. Duas scilicet belluas longe diversas a pcitura rhinocerotis se vidisse ait, cujus cadaver e naufragio ejectum erat in Tyrrhenium litus capite suillo, tergore munito scutulato.

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File AvailableVillafane, J. de Arphe y 1773 De varia commensuracion para la esculptura y architectura (6th edition). Madrid, en la imprenta de Miguel Escrivano, [not paginated]
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In the 1585 edition, a rhinoceros is illustrated in Book III, p.8. It animal has the skin tubercles of the Dürer woodcut, but it lacks the typical hornlet; it faces right, and has a kind of scale with numbers 1 and 2 on the left.
In the 1763 the same illustration appears on p. 206, preceded...
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File AvailableTurpin, F.R. 1771 Histoire civile et naturelle du Royaume de Siam, et des révolutions qu'ont bouleversé cet empire jusqu'en 1770. Paris, Costard, vol. 1, pp. i-xii, 1-452
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Rhinocéros. De tous les quadrupedes, le plus fort & le plus grand, après l'éléphant, est le rhinocéros [292] qui établit sa demeure dans les forets. Sa peau est un grand objet de commerce. Cet animal, qui a l'odorat très-fin, se place toujours au-dessus du vent: c&#...
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File AvailableCamper, P. 1767 Epistola ad Anatomicorum Principem Magnum Albinum. Groningae, apud Henricum Creben, pp. i, 1- 29
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Multopere sane erravit Wandelaarius, si unquam sibi obtrudere potuit horribilem imaginis tab.III adspectum blandiorum reddi potuisse, adjecta montis igniromi figura, vel Rhinocerotum, quae animalia sua natura informia, haud prosper, ab artifice expressa sunt.
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File AvailableHemmy, G. 1767 Oratio Latina de Promontorio Bonae Spei, in Schola Hamburgensi D X Aprilis MDCCLXVII publice reciatta. Hamburgi, Litteris Dieterici Antonii Harmsen, pp. 1- 22
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Possem rariorum animalium, inprimis Cynocephalorum, Bubalorum, Chameleonum, Alcium, onagrorum, Elephantorum, Capreolorum moschi, Leopardorum, Pantherarum, Lyncium, Ichneumonum, Rhinocerotum, Tygridum & aliorum mentionem facere.
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File AvailableKramer, G.H. 1756 Elenchus vegetabilium et animalium per Austriam inferiorem observatorum, sistens ea in classes et ordines genera et species redacta. Viennae, Pragae, Tergesti: Ioannis Thomae Trattner, pp. i-x, 1-400, i-xxii
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JUMENTA

Rhinoceros.
I. Rhinoceros cornu unico conico. Linn. Syst.Natur. II.
Austr. Rhinoceros.
Hospitabatur 1750 & 1751 a batavo allatus Viennae. Victitabat foeno, pane.
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File AvailableMeyer, J.D. 1756 Vorstellung mancherleij fremder und seltener Thiere, alle auf das richtigste in Kupfer gebracht, der Natur gemass mit ihren Farben abgebildet und herausgegeben. Nuernberg, Andreas Bieling, vol. 3, pp. 1-10, plates 1-30
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DAS NASHORN. Tab. XXIX. XXX.

So selten das Nashorn (Rhinoceros) in Europa ist, so bekannt ist solches doch vielen Europäern, nachdem dasselbe vor einigen Jahren in England, Holland, Deutschland, Frankreich, Italien zur Schau herum geführet worden. Als wir es im Jahr 1748 zu Nür...
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File AvailableMead, R. 1755 Musaeum Meadianum, sive Catalogus nummorum, veteris aevi monumentorum ac gemmarum, cum aliis quibusdam artis recentioris & naturae operibus, quae vir clarissimus Richardus Mead M.D. nuper defunctus comparaverat. Journal Britannique 17: 24-30
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Ce n’est pas seulement l’histoire des faits que les médailles éeclaicissent; elles illustrent encore, quoique plus rarement, l’histoire de la nature. La médaille de Domitien, sur laquelle on voit un rinoceros [sic] à deux cornes en fournit un exemple. Elle montre qu’il ne fa...
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File AvailableMead, R. 1755 A catalogue of the genuine and entire collection of valuable gems, bronzes, marble and other busts and antiquities, of the late Doctor Mead, which will be sold by auction by Mr Langford. London, Langford, pp. 1-15
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Third day’s sale, Thursday, March 13
19. Two small horns of a rhinoceros, two horns of a wild goat fasten’d together for a spear, and an Indian spear.
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File AvailableMead, R. 1755 Museum Meadianum, sive, catalogus nummorum, veteris, aevi monumentorum, ac gemmarum, cum aliis quibusdam artis recentioris et naturae operibus; quae vir clarissimus Richardus Mead, M.D. nuper defunctus comparaverat. Londini, A. Langford et S. Baker, pp. i-ii, 1-262
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Lot 44
a IMP DOMIT AUG GERM, in area S.C.
b. Sine ep. Rhinoceros gradiens, cui duplex in nare cornu
Min. rariss.
Namque gravem gemino cornu sic extulit ursum
Martial. Ep. xxii. Spectac.lib.

Cornu geminum ab ipso Rhinocerotis capite in hoc Museo adservatur.

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File AvailableSchwartz, G.B. 1751 Reise in Ost-Indien, worinnen mancherleij Merkwurdigkeiten, besonders aber die Anno 1740 in seiner Anwesenheit zu Batavia furgefallene Rebellion der Chinesen, und deroselben darauf erfolgte grose Massacre umstandlich und aufrichtig beschrieben worden. Heilbronn, Franz Joseph Eckebracht, pp. i-vi, 1-135
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Visit to Cape of Good Hope

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wilde Thiere hat es in Africa viel ... Es gibt auch sehr viele Elephanten und Rhinocer oder so genannte Naaßhörner, ...


Visit to Batavia
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... in des Generals Hüner- oder Thier-Garten gesehen. Allda werden allerhand Thiere vor...
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File AvailableSchroeder, J.H. 1749 Der Seefahrer, oder Merkwurdige Reisen nach Ost-Indien und verschiedenen Orientalis-Inseln. Leipzig und Gotham Christian Mevius, pp. i-vi, 1-240
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Visit Cape of Good Hope, 24 Feb - 15 March 1737
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Die schönste Lust, die sie uns machten, war die Rhinoceros-Jagd, auf welche wir fast alle Tage giengen, und des Abends, wenn die Sonne untergegangen war, wohl 20 und noch mehr Stück bey einander antrafen, und verschiedene von denselben...
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File AvailableSloane, H. 1749 Accounts of the pretended serpent-stone called Pietra de Cobra de Cabelos, and of the Pietra de Mombazza or the Rhinoceros Bezoar, together with the figure of a rhinoceros with a double horn. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 46 (492): 118-119, 124-125, pl. 1
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Chelsea, April 19, 1749
The first I have heard and do believe to be a stone found in the stomach or intestines of the Rhinoceros, not, that I know, taken notice of by any natural historian, excepting Redi. The place where it is said to be found is on the South East coast of Africa, a...
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Albinus, B.S. 1749 Tables of the skeleton and muscles of the human body. Translated from the Latin. London, for John and Paul Knapton, [not paginated]
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We conclude this table, and the eighth, by exhibiting in the background the figure of a female Rhinoceros that was shewed to us in the beginning of the year 1742, being two years and a half old, as the keepers reported. We thought the rarity of the beast would render these figures...
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File AvailableLadvocat, J.B. 1749 Lettre sur le rhinoceros, a M.*** Membre de la Societe Royale de Londres. Paris, Thiboust, pp. 1-34, pls. 1-2
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Lettre sur le Rhinoceros, à M *** Membre de la Societé Royale de Londres.

Vous me demandez, Monsieur, de quelle grosseur est à présent le Rhinoceros que vous avez vû à Londres, & que l’on a amené d’Allemagne à Paris. Vous me priez en même-tems de vous mander ce que...
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File AvailableAlbinus, B.S. 1747 Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. Lugduni Batavorum, apud Ionannem et Hermannum Verbeek, [not paginated]
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Caeterum hac in Tabula & in octavo, exhibita quoque figura Rhinocerotis foeminae, quae ineunte hoc anno apud nos fuit, annos habens, ut custodes ferebant, duos cum dimidio. Ob raritatem belluae putavi figuras eius gratiores fore, quam alia quaecumque ornamenta ab arbitrium excogitata. Accur...
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File AvailableBarth, J.M. 1747 Schreiben an einen guten Freund, darinne von einem vor wenig Wochen hieher gebrachten Rhinocerote oder Nashorn umst,ndlich Nachricht gegeben und zugleich untersucht wird: Ob dieses Thier der Hiob Cap XL v10 seqq beschriebene Behemoth. Regensburg, gedruckt und zu finden bey Zunkels Gebruedern, pp. 1-8
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Mein Herr!
Auf Ihr Verlangen übersende hiemit eine mehrere Nachricht von dem Rhinocerote oder Nashorn, dessen Bild und kurtz beygefügte Beschreibung Sie vorhin schon erhalten. Ich habe es selbst als es vor einige Wochen hier angekommen, genau beobachtet. Es war noch ein Kalb wei...
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File AvailableFreytag, F.G. 1747 Rhinoceros e veterum scriptorum monimentis descriptus. Lipsiae, ex Officina Langenhemiana, pp. i-ii, 1-38
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Nobilissimo Amplissimo Excellentissimo Domino FRIDERICO. MENZ, Physices Professori Publico Ordinario alumnorum Electoralium Ephoro Academiae Lipsiensis Decemviro in Collegio Mai princip Colegae Patrono et Praeceptori suo venerando vitam longam valetudinem commodam successos omnium rerum pr...
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File AvailableHomann, Joh. Bapt. (Verlag) 1747 Abbildliche Geschichte der auslaendischen Landthiere. Berlin, Homann, pp. 1-2
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Anmerckung des Herausgebers.
Die Fig. (A.) ist aus Albini anatom. Tabellen genommen. Verschiedene, die dieses Thier in Wien 1746 gesehen, bezeugen daß diese Zeichnung mit der Natur vollkommen übereinstimme. Aber die Fig. (B.) komt mit den Zeichnungen, die in Reise Beschreibungen stehen, b...
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File AvailableBergen, C.A. von 1746 Oratio de rhinocerote, quam habuit XVI Octob. MDCCXLVI quum tertium poneret Rectoratum Academiae. Francofurti ad Viadrum, apud Ioh. Christian. Kleyb Bibliopol, pp. 1-31
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Illustrissime Comes,
Vir illustris, Director & Ordinarie
Academiae Celeberrime,
Viri maxime Reverendi, Jure Consultissimi,
Experientissime, Amplissimi,
Proceres Universitatis Excellentissimi,
Hospites omnium Ordinum & Dignitatum
quotquot adestis Honoratissimi,<...
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File AvailableKolb, P. 1745 Beschreibung der Guten Hofnung, und derer darauf wohnenden Hottentotten. Franckfurt und Leipzig, Peter Conrad Monath, pp. 1-452
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Vom Nashorn
X. Weil zwischen dem Elephanten und Nashorn sich viele Aehnlichkeit findet, so wird mir erlaubet seyn diese beede Tod-feinde in ein Capitel zu bringen. So bald sie einander begegnen, laufft das nashorn mit grossem Grimm auf den Elephanten los, welcher sich zu schwac...
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File AvailableFossati, G. 1744 Raccolta di varie favole. Venice, Carlo Pecora
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Fable XXVII: Des animaux armez.
Un Leopard etant devenu sier pour certain bon succés qu'il avoit eu dans un rencontre contre le lion, il lui vint en pensée de le chasser pour toujours de ses états. Aiant à cet effet uni plusieurs animaux il entra dans la forêt, & se cru p...
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File AvailableLeydsche Courant 1741 [Advertisement]. Leydsche Maandagse Courant 1741, no. 88, 22 July 1741.
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Leydsche Maandagse Courant
1741, no. 88, 22 July 1741
Op de Maas is gekomen het schip Knapenhof van Bengalen, voor de kamers Rotterdam en Delft, en Hofwegen van Batavia, voor de kamer Rotterdam, welke den 24 Juny door mistig en slegt weer om het noorden van de vloot gescheiden zijn.
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File AvailableLeydsche Courant 1741 [Advertisement]. Leydsche Woensdagse Courant 1741, no. 101, 21 August 1741.
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Werd aan alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekend gemaakt, dat 'er gearriveerd is een leevendige Rhinoceros van twee Jaaren oud, bijna drie Duizend pond zwaar, en in 't Gebied van den Grooten Mogol gevangen in 't Landschap Assem...
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File AvailableKolb, P. 1741 Description du Cap de Bonne-Esperance: où l'on trouve tout ce qui concerne l'histoire-naturelle du pays, la religion, les moeurs & les usages des Hottentots, et l'etablissement des hollandois, tirée des memoires de Mr. Pierre Kolbe ... dressés pendant un séjour de dix années dans cette colonie, où il avoit été envoyé pour faire des observations astronomiques & physiques. Amsterdam, Jean Catuffe, vol. 3, pp. [1-20], 1-280
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Du Rhinoceros
X. La grande ressemblance qu’il y a entre le Rhinoceros & l’Elephant, sera sans doute qu’on me pardonnera. si je joins dans un même Chapitre ces deux mortels ennemis. Dès qu’ils se rencontrent, le Rhinoceros court avec toute sa rage sur l’Elephant, ...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 100, 22 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 101, 24 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 102, 26 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableLudovici, G.C. 1740 Grosses vollstandiges Universal-Lexicon aller Wissenschaften und Kunste, welche bishero durch menschlichen Verstand und Witz erfunden und verbessert werden. Leipzig und Halle, Johann Heinrich Zedler, vol. 23 N-NET, cols. 1-202
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Nasenhorn, Nasehorn, Nashorn, Rhinocer, Rhinocerot, Lateinisch Rhinoceros, Griechisch [rhinoceros]. Ist ein vierfüssiges Thier, welches so groß als ein Ochse ist, seinem Leibe nach aber einer wilden saue nicht unähnlich siehet, ausser, daß es viel dicker, von hinten gleichsam...
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File AvailableCarwitham, J.; Carwitham, I.; Duke, J. 1739 A natural history of four-footed animals: Of the rhinoceros. London, [no publisher], pp. 1-12, pl. 1
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Of the Rhinoceros.
The rhinoceros, so called by the Greeks, from the Horn on the nose, is by many (and with great probability) taken for the true unicorn of the antients. The Hebrew name, which in our translation we render Unicorn, is by the Septuagint, St. Jerome, Tertullian, and othe...
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File AvailableSchultens, A. 1737 Liber Jobi in versiculos metrice divisius, cum versione Latina Alberti Schultens. Lugduni Batavorum, Johannem Luzac, vol. 2
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Ad Jobi XXXIX v.9

Violetne Bos sylvestri servire tibi?

Bos sylvestris: rem, nonnullis Rhinoceros, rectius, Bos ferus, in desertis Syriae & Arabiae satis frequens, quam vel Bisontem, vel Bubalum nominare possis.
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File AvailableBoerhave, J. 1737 Aandagtig beschouw, naauwkeurig ondersoek, ende uitvoerige verklaaring van den Behemoth en den Leviathan, afgetekend van den Heere God in het XLste en XLIste Hoofdstuk van het Boek Jobs Als de Heere Job uit een onweder andermaal antwoordde. Leiden, Samuel Luchtmans, pp. 1-341, 1-19
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Hij [de Elefant] heeft tog wel een' sterken huid om sijne lendenen, maar een' weeken buik, als wij gesegd hebben, 't geen de Rhenoceros, sijn grootste vijand, ook wel weet. Of hij een' sterken kop heeft, hij kan daar mede tegens sijnen vijand niet uitregten. Hij kan hem...
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File AvailableSchuyl, F. 1732 A catalogue of all the cheifest [sic] rarities in the Publick Anatomie-Hall of the University of Leyden. Leyden, Diewertje vander Boxe, pp. 1-16
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[3] 7. The skin and Horn of the Head of a Rhinoceros.
[7] 9. Two vertebrae out of the neck of a Rhinoceros.
[8] 21. The head of a Rhinoceros
33. Three Claws & the Horn of a young rhinoceros.
[16] Rarities brought thither by Gerard Blanken and Francis Schuyl
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File AvailableBarchewitz, E.C. 1730 Allerneueste und wahrhaffte Ost-Indianische Reise-Beschreibung. Chemnitz, Johann Christoph und Johann David Staetzeln, pp. i-xix, 1-657, i-xv
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File AvailableKolb, P. 1727 Naaukeurige en uitvoerige beschrijving van de Kaap de Goede Hoop. Amsterdam, Balthazar Lakeman, vol. 1, pp. i-xviii, 1-529
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De Neushoorn, die van de Dierbeschryvers Rhinoceros, van de Indianen Abada, van de Hottentotten Tuabba en ook Nabba word genaamt, is zoo vele oneenigheden onderworpen, dat men wegens de menigvuldige tegenstrydige gevoelens, schynt in een doolhof te geraken, als men dezelve tegen elkander...
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File AvailableMandelslo, J.A. de 1727 Voyages celebres & remarquables, faits de Perse aux Indes Orientales, contenant une description nouvelle & tres-curieuse de l'Indostan, de l'Empire du Grand-Mogol, des Iles & Presqu'iles de l'Orient, des royaumes de Siam, du Japon, de la Chine, du Congo. Amsterdam, Michel Charles le Cene, vol. 1, pp. i-xxviii, cols. 1-808, index
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Le rhinocéros, que les Indiens appellent abada, n'est pas si commun dans l'ile de Java que dans les Royaumes de Bengale, de Patane & ailleurs;
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File AvailableSchuyl, F. 1727 Catalogus van alle de principaalste rariteiten die op de Anatomie-Kamer, binnen de Stadt Leiden vertoond werden. Leiden, Diewertje vander Boxe, pp. 1-24
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[3] 8. ‘t Vel en den Hoorn van ‘t Hoofd van een Rhinoceros.
[10] 9. Twee wervel-beenen uit den Hals van een Rhinoceros.
[11] 21. ‘t Hoofd van een Rhinoceros.
[12] 33. Drie Klauwen met den hoorn van den Jongen Rhinoceros.
[23] 9. Een hoorn van een Rhinoceros.
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File AvailablePetri ab Hartenfelss, G.C. 1723 Elephantographia curiosa. Editio altera auctior et emendatior, cum multis figuris aeneis. Lipsiae and Erfordiae, Joh. Mich. Funckii, pp. i-xxx, 1-284, 1-20, i-xix
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[120] Partis I, caput XVI
Elephanti antipathiam atque hostes enumerat.
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Inter ipsius hostes prima occupat subsella Rhinoceros, qui secundum Martialem nunquam victus ab hoste redit, de quo Plinius H.N. l.8, c.20, ita scribit: in ludis Pompeji Magnus visus est Rhinoceros, alter hic g...
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File AvailableLamy, B. 1723 Apparatus Biblicus; or, an introduction to the Holy Scriptures Done into English from the French, with notes and additions [by R Bundy]. London, S. Palmer, pp. i-xxviii, 1-540
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Reem, or Rem, is according to the common opinion, the Rhinoceros or Unicorn. And here O observe, that it was formerly believed, that there were in the Indies, horses, asses and goats, which had but one horn. If so, the species must now be lost: for travellers find none such in th...
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File AvailableSchuyl, F. 1723 A catalogue of all the cheifest [sic] rarities in the Publick Anatomie-Hall of the University of Leyden. Leiden, Diewertje vander Boxe, pp. 1-15
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[3] 7. The skin and Horn of the Head of a Rhinoceros.
[7] 9. Two vertebrae out of the neck of a Rhinoceros.
[8] 21. The head of a Rhinoceros
33. Three Claws & the Horn of a young rhinoceros.
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File AvailableLeguat, F. 1720 Voyage et avantures de Francois Leguat & de ses compagnons, en deux isles desertes des Indes Orientales. Londres, David Mortier, vol. 1, pp. 1-436
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[93] Java
Il se trouve dans cette isle des bêtes feroces comme des Rhinocéros & des Tigres. Ceux-ci sont d'une prodigieuse grosseur.

[145] Cap de Bonne-Esperance
Il y a aussi des Elephans, des Rhinoceros [and others]

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File AvailableKolb, P. 1719 Caput Bonae Spei Hodiernum, das ist: vollstaendige Beschreibung des Africanischen Vorgeburges des Guten Hofnung. Nuernberg, Peter Conrad Monath, pp. i-xix, 1-846, index
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Das Nashorn-Thier, welches von den Thier-Beschreibern Rhinoceros, von den Indianern Abada, von denen Hottentotten Tuabba, und auch Nabba genennt wird, ist so vielen Zwistigkeiten unterworfen, daß man fast, wegen der vielen wiederwärtigen Meinungen, in einen Irrgarten zu gerathen ...
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File AvailableRay, J. 1718 Letter to Dr Robinson

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Sir, I receiv'd yours of March 20th, in an answer whereto I can only tell you as to the first particular, about Bisulc and Quadrisulc, that the Reasons why I conjecture the Rhinocerot and Hippopotamus to be 4drisulc are (what I intimated before) the bigness and position of the ...
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File AvailableHartog, J. 1716 Notitie van eenige beestevellen aende Caep berustende om aen de universiteijt tot Leyden overgezonden te werden. Manuscript kept in Kaaps Archief C 120. Bijlagen bij de Resolutiën van de Raad van Politie, 1716-1717, bl. 571 et seq. : p.50

In: Bax, D. Zuid-Afrika's eerste openbare verzameling op het gebied van kunst en ethnologie 1764-1821, Schenkers: von Dessin, James Cook, James King. Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, afd. Letterkunde (N.R.) 75 (3): 1-156, pls. 1-3
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3. een Rhinoceros of Renoster.
Dese tien staan opgeset, dog het stroo is daar reets uijt, waar mede opgevuld zijn geweest.

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1. een groot Rinocerosvel.
Dese ses sijn niet opgeset.
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File AvailableWintergerst, M. 1713 Zwey und zwantzig jaehrige Reysen, durch Europam, Asiam, Africam, Americam und Ost-Indien. Franckfurt und Leipzig, Daniel Bartolomae, pp. i-xvi, 1-400
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indessen haben sie [Elephanten] doch auch ihre Feinde, nemlich die Rinoceros, oder so genandt Naß-Hörner, deren ich zwar wohl ein todtes ausgefülltes, aber kein lebendiges gesehen.
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File AvailableBogaert, A. 1711 Historische reizen der oostersche deelen van Asia: zynde eene historische beschryving dier koninkryken en landschappen, door hem bezocht en doorwandelt, beneffens een nauwkeurig ontwerp van de zeden, drachten, wetten en godtsdienst der zelver inwoonders, en wat verder wegens de dieren, planten, vruchten, enz. in die gewesten aanmerkenswaardig is. Amsterdam, Nicolaas ten Hoorn, vol. 1, pp. i-iv, 1-604, i-vi
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Men vind daar ook een zeker gedierte dat, gelijk de reinoster, een, twe hoornen van een gelijke lengte op de neus draagt. 't Heeft de grootte van eenen matelyken olifant, en gelijkt de staart en pooten zeer wel naer 't zelve dier. Recht en ...
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File AvailableLockyer, C. 1711 An account of the trade in India: containing rules for good government in trade, price courants, and tables: with descriptions of Fort St. George, Acheen, Malacca, Condore, Canton, Anjengo, Muskat, Gombroon, Surat, Goa, Carwar, Telichery, Panola, Calicut, the Cape of Good-Hope, and St. Helena. Their inhabitants, customs religion, goverment, animals, fruits, &c. To which is added, an account of the management of the Dutch in their affairs in India. London, Samuel Crouch, pp. i-xii, 1-340
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The skins of which may be seen for a shilling in the Company's House at the Great Garden, well stuff'd, and placed to such advantage that at a distance they may be mistaken for live ones.
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File AvailableLeguat, F. 1708 Voyage et avantures de Francois Leguat & de ses compagnons, en deux isles desertes des Indes Orientales. Londres, David Mortier, vol. 2, pp. 1, 1-180, i-xxix
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[93] Java
Il se trouve dans cette isle des bêtes feroces comme des Rhinocéros & des Tigres. Ceux-ci sont d'une prodigieuse grosseur.

[145] Cap de Bonne-Esperance
Il y a aussi des Elephans, des Rhinoceros [and others]

[146]
Pour la licorne, c'est une chimere...
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File AvailableLeguat, F. 1708 A new voyage to the East-Indies. London, R.Bonwicke and others, pp. 1-8, i-xv, 1-23, 1-248
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[186] Java
There are very fierce beasts in this island, such as the Rhinoceros and Tyger: these last are of a prodigious bigness.

[222] Cape of Good Hope
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File AvailableRumphius, G.E. 1705 D'Amboinsche Rariteitkamer, Behelzende eene Beschryvinge van allerhande zoo weeke als harde Schaalvisschen te weeten raare Krabben, Kreeften, en diergelyke Zeedieren als medeallerhande Hoorntjes en Schulpen, die men in d'Amboinsche Zee vindt: daar beneven zommige Mineraalen, Gesteenten, en soorten van Aarde, die in d'Amboinsche, en zommige omleggende Eilanden gevonden worden. Amsterdam, Francois Halma, pp. i-xxx, 1-340, 1-40
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IIe Boek,
XLIX. Hooftdeel. Tigrites, tygersteen, Mestica matsjang
Een ander diergelyke steen is eertyds gevonden in de herssenen van een Renoster of Java, den welken zie beschreven in de werken van Jacobus Bontius Lib … Cap., in 't Maleitsch Mestica abbadac genaamt. D...
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File AvailableBiron, C. 1703 Curiositez de la nature et de l'art, aportees dans deux voyages des Indes; l'un aux Indes d'Occident en 1698 & 1699 & l'autre aux Indes d'Orient en 1701 & 1702. Avec une relation abregee de ces deux voyages. Paris, Jean Moreau, pp. i-vi, i-xxvi, 1-286
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VIII. Le Rinocéros
Le Rinocéros que quelques-uns nomment le boeuf d'Egipte ou le taureau d'Etiopie, est grand à peu-près comme un Elefant; & ressemble à un Sanglier, plus qu'à tout autre animal. Il a une corne sur le bout du nez, d'où il prend son no...
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File AvailableDacerius, A. 1700 Sex Pompeius Festus et Mar Verrius Flaccus, De verborum significatione lib XX. Notis et emendationibus illustravit Andreas Dacerius. Amstelodami, Huguetanorum, pp. i-xxx, 1-596
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Rhinocerotem quidem esse aiunt bovem Aegyptium.

Notae [by Dacerius]

Non Aegyptium, sed Aethiopicum vocat Pausan.
Quia ex ejus nare cornu prominet. Dacerius.
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File AvailableRuffi, A.de 1696 Histoire de la ville de Marseille, 2nd edition. Marseille, Henri Martel, vol. 1, pp. i-xvi, 1-492
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[Full text in original language] Comment on 22 January 1515
Apres le diner etant monte encore sur une galere suivie de quelques autres, & d'un grand nombre de Brigantins, il [le Roi de France] alla aux isles de Marseille pour voir un Rhinocerot que le Roi de Portugal envoioit ? Leon X....
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File AvailableJacobaeus, O. 1696 Museum Regium, seu catalogus rerum tam naturalium quam artificialium, quae in basilica bibliothecae monoarchae Christiani Quinti Hafniae asservantur. Hafniae, Joachim Schmetgen, pp. i-xvii, 1-201, i-v
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1696 - Jacobaeus, Museum Regium

Oligerus Jacobaeus or Holger Jacobsen, 1650-1701
Professor of medicine and philosophy at the University of Copenhagen. He described the cabinet of Christian V, King of Denmark, 1646-1699

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File AvailableLonicerus, A. 1679 Kreuterbuch. Ulm, Matthaeus Wagner, pp. i-xv, 1-750, i-xxiv
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Cap. 42 - Elephantenmeister / Nasenhorn / Rhinoceros
Das Nasenhorn wird auf Griechisch [rhinoceros], und lateinisch Rhinoceros genannt.
Ist auch der einhörnigen Thier eins, hat den Namen von dem horn, so es auf der Nasen hat, die Gestalt, wie ein Elephant, oben auss der Nasen ein groß sta...
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File AvailableKircher, A. 1675 Arca Noe, in tres libros digesta, quorum I. De rebus quae ante Dilivium, II. De iis, quae ipso Diluvio ejusque duratione, III. De iis, quae post Diluvium a Noeme gesta sunt, quae omnia nova methodo, nec non summa argumentorum carietate, explicantur & demonstrantur. Amsterdam, Joannem Janssonium, pp. 1-472
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Rhinoceros.
Rhinocerotem animal in naso cornu portans, estque paulo Elephanto minus, cum quo & bellum gerit, toto cataphractum.
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File AvailableSaar, J.J. 1672 Ost-Indianische funfzehen-jahrige Kriegs-Dienste, und wahrhafftige Beschreibung. Nuernberg, Johann Daniel Tauber, pp. [unpag], 1-168, index
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[Full text in original language] Es halten sich im Wald auch Rhinocer auf; das ist ein ungeheuer Thier, und hat zween Schild auf seinem Leib, auf der Nasen ein starckes Horn, an den F?ssen einem Elephanten gleich, dessen Meister es auch wird, wenn sie miteinander streiten: sintemahl es einer ungl...
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File AvailableRedi, F. 1671 Esperienze intorno a diverse cose naturali, e particolarmente a quelle, che ci son portate dall'Indie, fatte da Francesco Redi e scritte in una lettera al reverendissimo' padre Atanasio Chircher, della Compagnia di Giesu. Firenze, all'Insigna della Nave, pp. i-iv, 1-152
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Nell’America meridionale nascono ragni di così sterminata grossezza, che alcuni di essi, per riferto del padre Eusebio Nierembergio, agguagliano la grandezza dell’uova delle colombe, ed altri quella di un mezzo cedro. Altri ve ne son pure nell’America meridionale nelle p...
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File AvailablePhilippe, R.P. 1669 Voyage d'Orient, ou il descrit les divers succez de son voyage, plusieurs regions d'Orient, leurs montagnes, leurs mers & leurs fleuves, la chronologie des princes qui y ont domine, leurs habitans tant chrestiens qu'infideles. Lyon, chez Antoine Iullieron, pp. 1-592
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[Full text in original language] Aux parties de Bengale proche du Gange, les Rhinocerots ou Licornes que l'on y appelle vulgairement abades, sont tres communes, & l'on en apporta ? Goa quantit? de cornes. Elles ont environ deux palmes de circonference du coste qu'elles sont attach?es au front, ...
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File AvailableBehr, J. von der 1668 Diarium, oder Tagebuch uber dasjenige, so sich zeit einer neun-jahrigen Reise zu Wasser und Land. Jena, Urbanus Spaltholzen, pp. i-xii, 1-152, i-viii
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[Full text in original language] Von dem Thier Rhinoceros ist noch etwas weniges ?brig zu melden, wie da? es nemlichen auch in der Insul Java anzutreffen sey, ist ein ungeheuer Thier, und von grosser St?rcke, so gar, da? es auch ziemlich starcke B?ume gleichsam spielend ?mbrei?en kan, hat zwey Sc...
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File AvailableFlacourt, E. de 1658 Histoire de la grande isle Madagascar. Paris, Alexandre Lesselin, pp. i-xxiii, 1-192, i-xviii, 193-384, 1-4
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[Full text in original language] Arriv?e ? la Baye de Saldaigne Rhinoceroz nomm? Gabah d'une autre espece non encor veue en Europe.
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File AvailableFlacourt, E. de 1658 Histoire de la grande isle Madagascar. Paris, Alexandre Lesselin, pp. i-xxiii, 1-192, i-xviii, 193-384, 1-4
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[Full text in original language] Nous avons veu aussi un animal grand comme un Elephant, mais qui a deux cornes sur le nez, ainsi que le Rhinocerot en a une, & de pareille grandeur que les cornes de Rhinocerots que l'on voit en France dans les Cabinets. Nous luy avons faire tirer deux coups de m...
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File AvailableTopsell, E. 1658 The history of four-footed beasts and serpents. London, G.Sawbridge, T.Williams and T.Johnston
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File AvailableMoscardo, L. 1656 Note overo memorie del Museo di Ludovico Moscardo, nobile Veronese. Padoa, per Paolo Frambotto, pp. i-xvi, 1-306, index
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[Full text in original language] Cap. LXXXI Corno del Rinoceronte Il Rinoceronte ? una animale, che vien cosi chiamato per un corno c'h? nel naso: come scrivo Isidoro. In Cambaia vieino a Bengala, doue ne sono molti, vien chia mato Gandes, come dice il Monardes, combattono questi animali con l...
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File AvailableWorm, O. 1655 Museum Wormianum, seu historia rerum rariorum, tam naturalium, quam artificialium, tam domestocarum quam exoticarum, quae Hafniae Danorum in aedibus aethoris servantur. Lugduni Batavorum, Iohannem Elsevirium, pp. i-xii, 1-389, i-iii
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[Full text in original language] RHINOCEROS, animal quadrupes, vari? ? multis describitur, qui eum non viderunt, quocirca & errores haud paucos in eijus histori? cernere licet apud Autores. Ego quaedam ad ejus naturam facientia, ex fide digna Jacobo Bontio, qui animal hoc non solum centies caveae...
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File AvailableJonston, J. 1653 Historiae naturalis de quadrupedibus libri. Francofurti ad Moenum, Matth. Meriani, pp. 1-235
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ARTICULUS XI. De Rhinocerote.
Rhinoceroti nomen à cornu, quod in nare pullulat, nomen datum est. Quidam apud Diaconum, bovem AEgyptium appellant: alii ex Pausania, AEthiopicum quadrupedem seu taurum, sed falsò. In Aegyptum non potuit nisi fortuito casu inferri. Pausanias verò in Ae...
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File AvailableHondius, J. 1652 Klare beghryving van Cabo de Bona Esperanca; med de by-gelegen kust naar Angola toe, van Cabo Negro af. Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, pp. 1-33, pl. 1
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[Full text in original language] Tafel-Bergh: ...en den Rhenosserus ook veel.
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File AvailableHondius, J. 1652 Klare beghryving van Cabo de Bona Esperanca; med de by-gelegen kust naar Angola toe, van Cabo Negro af. Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, pp. 1-33, pl. 1
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[Full text in original language] maar wel den Rhenocerus, welkers spoor het spoor des Elephants gelijkt, waar uyt apparent den Sghrijver uyt dat spoor te zien, gelooft en gesghreven heeft datter Elephanten zijn: daar nogtans diegene die een geheel Jaar aan de Cabo de Bona Esperan?a gebleven hebb...
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File AvailableHondius, J. 1652 Klare beghryving van Cabo de Bona Esperanca; med de by-gelegen kust naar Angola toe, van Cabo Negro af. Amsterdam, Jodocus Hondius, pp. 1-33, pl. 1
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[Full text in original language] en den Rhenosserus isser ook veel, zijnde een dier zoo groot als een Buffel, en goed on te eete dogh groof van draad.
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File AvailableSchmalkalden, C. 1652 Die wundersamen Reisen

In: Joost, W. Schmalkalden, Die wundersamen Reisen nach West- und Ostindien 1642-1652. Gotha
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[Full text in original language] Rhinocer. Der Rhinocer ist kleiner als der Elephant und so gro? als ein B?ffel-Ochse. Hat ein einziges Horn auf der Nasen, welches schwarz ist, eines Schuhs lang, pyramidalisch, in Gestalt eines Ochsenhorns, aber dicht sonder [der] H?hlung. Er ist mit harten un...
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File AvailablePhilippe, R.P. 1649 Itinerarium Orientale R.P.F. Philippi a SSma Trinitate Carmelitae Discalceati ab ipso conscriptum, in quo varii successus itineris, plures orientis regiones, earum montes, maria & flumina, series principum, qui in eis dominati sunt, incolae tam Christian. Lugduni, Antonii Iullieron, pp. [unpag], 1-431
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[Full text in original language] Liber VII. Itinerarii in quo peculiaris species animalium arborum & fructuum Orientalium declarantur. Caput III. De aliis animalibus progre?iones. In partibus Bengalae prope Gangem frequentus sunt Rhinocerotes vulg? Abades, quorum plurima cornua Goam deferentu...
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File AvailableBorri, C. 1633 Cochin-China: containing many admirable rarities and singularities of that country. London, Robert Ashley, [not paginated]
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[Full text in original language] The tame elephant fighteth onely with two sorts of beasts, which are the Wilde elephant and the Abade or Rinoceros; for this latter he is commonloy two hard, but by the former he is ordinarily overcome. The Abade is a beast which has some resemblance of the Oxe, ...
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