2 edition of Description of the remains of megalichthys in the Leeds Museum. found in the catalog.
Description of the remains of megalichthys in the Leeds Museum.
L. C. Miall
At head of title: The Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society.
|Contributions||Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society.|
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|Number of Pages||16|
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Description of the remains of megalichthys in the Leeds Museum. By L. (Louis Compton) Miall, Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society. and Leeds City Museums. Abstract. At head of title: The Leeds Philosophical and Literary of access: Internet.
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The British Museum was established in to take charge of the library and collections of Sir Hans Sloane (–). B. There was a veritable revolution in knowledge of the Biblical World during the nineteenth century.
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