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Omeisaurus, Gasosaurus by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt   ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

Omeisaurus, Gasosaurus by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

El Corythosaurus es un hadrosáurido muy conocido por su enorme cresta en la parte superior del cráneo. Se cree que ésta era usada para emitir sonidos a gran volumen, ya sean de alarma o como cortejo para el apareamiento. Vivió en el período Cretácico. Su peso era de 4 toneladas. Se cree que el Corythosaurus era un dinosaurio gregario. Longitud: 10 metros. Encontrado en Norteamérica

El Corythosaurus es un hadrosáurido muy conocido por su enorme cresta en la parte superior del cráneo. Se cree que ésta era usada para emitir sonidos a gran volumen, ya sean de alarma o como cortejo para el apareamiento. Vivió en el período Cretácico. Su peso era de 4 toneladas. Se cree que el Corythosaurus era un dinosaurio gregario. Longitud: 10 metros. Encontrado en Norteamérica

"Alamo Church & Plaza," 1858? One of the earliest photo's of the Alamo. Apparently the Smithsonian Institute has an earlier photo than this one that was dated at 1854.

"Alamo Church & Plaza," 1858? One of the earliest photo's of the Alamo. Apparently the Smithsonian Institute has an earlier photo than this one that was dated at 1854.

Torque (Grivna)        Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age  Date: Sakae Culture. 5th - 4th century BC  Archaeological site: Russia, Siberia       Material: gold, turquoise and corals  State Hermitage Museum

Torque (Grivna) Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture. 5th - 4th century BC Archaeological site: Russia, Siberia Material: gold, turquoise and corals State Hermitage Museum

IMPRESSIVE DIAMOND DEMI-PARURE, SPANISH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY,  Comprising: a necklace composed of a series of foliate and scroll design; together with a pair of ear pendants of simlilar design each swing, and a brooch/corsage ornament of open work floral and foliate design. According to family tradition these jewels belonged to Queen Isabel II of Spain. She  presented them to her sister-in-law, the Infanta of Spain, Doña Luisa Teresa de Borbón y Borbón.

IMPRESSIVE DIAMOND DEMI-PARURE, SPANISH, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, Comprising: a necklace composed of a series of foliate and scroll design; together with a pair of ear pendants of simlilar design each swing, and a brooch/corsage ornament of open work floral and foliate design. According to family tradition these jewels belonged to Queen Isabel II of Spain. She presented them to her sister-in-law, the Infanta of Spain, Doña Luisa Teresa de Borbón y Borbón.