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Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan

Albert C. Koch

Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan

together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed : also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and Missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the Book of Job ...

by Albert C. Koch

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Published by E. Fisher in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missourium,
  • Paleontology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Albert Koch
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. ;
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25457846M
    OCLC/WorldCa9754362

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    In the pamphlet that accompanied his exhibition he links the creature to the biblical accounts of Leviathan from the Book of Job – an association that may have inspired Herman Melville’s half-horrified, half-satirical account of the “fossil whale” in Moby-Dick (). Koch, Albert C. Description of the Missourium, or Missouri. Jun 30,  · Koch, Albert. Description of the Missourium Theristocaulodon (Koch) or Missouri Leviathan (Leviathan Missouriensis,) together with its supposed habits, and the Indian Traditions: also, comparison on the Whale, Crcocodile, and Missourium, with the Leviathan, as described in the 41st Chapter of the Book of Job. C.


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Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan by Albert C. Koch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Description of Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed; also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the book of Job [Reprint] () by Koch, Albert C.

cn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available. Jul 23,  · The published description of the creature also set it in a particular cultural context. Koch devoted considerable ink to his claim that his Missourium was none other than the Leviathan described in the Biblical book of Job.

And Koch cites vague Osage Indian legends about ferocious giant monsters as further evidence of his accuracy. Description Of Missourium, Or Missouri Leviathan: Together With Its Supposed Habits And Indian Traditions Concerning The Location From Whence It Was Exhumed [Albert C. Koch] on universityofthephoenix.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The published description of the creature also set it in a particular cultural context.

Koch devoted considerable ink to his claim that his Missourium was none other than the Leviathan described in the Biblical book of Job. And Koch cites vague Osage Indian legends about ferocious giant monsters as further evidence of his accuracy.

Title. Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and Missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the Book of Job.

Jan 10,  · Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and Missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the Book of Job Pages: Description of Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed; also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the book of Job / ByBook Edition: [2D Ed., Enl.].

Description of the Missourium theristocaulodon (Koch), or Missouri leviathan, (Leviathan missouriensis,) together with its supposed habits, and Indian traditions, also comparisons on the whale, crocodile, and Missourium, with the leviathan, as described in the 41st chapter of the Book of Job.

Get this from a library. Description of the Missourium, or, Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and Missourium with the leviathan as described in 41st chapter of the book.

Mastodon as a genus name is obsolete; the valid name is Mammut, as that name preceded Cuvier's description, making Mastodon a junior synonym.

The change was met with resistance, and authors sometimes applied "Mastodon" as an informal name; consequently it became the common term for members of the genus. Species include:Class: Mammalia. Koch, A. b: Description of the Missourium, or Missouri Leviathan; together with its supposed habits.

And Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and Missourium, with the Leviathan, as described in the 41st chapter of the Book of Job. 2nd edition.

Prentice and Weissinger. Description of the Missourium Theristocaulodon (Koch), or Missouri Leviathan (Leviathan Missouriensis), Together With Its Supposed Habits and Indian Traditions, 5th ED. Leviathan was written by Thomas Hobbes between and It was published in The official title of the book is The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil.

Eds.]. The American Journal of Science and Arts (1st series) b Remains of the mastodon in Missouri. The American Journal of Science and Arts (1st series) Description of the Missourium, or Missouri Leviathan, and a Cited by: 7.

Description on the Missourium Theristocaulodon or Missouri Leviathan, together with the supposed habits and Indian traditions, also comparisons on the whale, crocodile and missourium with the Leviathan, as described in the 41st.

chapter of the book of Job by Albert Koch. Leviathan Koch, (Koch Description of missourium, or Missouri leviathan [first edition]), type species by monotypy Leviathan missourii Koch,Mammalia.

The name seems to have been used in the spelling Leviathan occasionally in a few historical publications afterand. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Author(s): Koch,Albert C Title(s): Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits, and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile, and Missourium, with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the Book of Job/ by Albert Koch.

Leviathan é o nome de dois gêneros descritos na zoologia. O primeiro foi descrito por Kock, emcomo Levathan e posteriormente emendado para Leviathan pelo mesmo autor em [1] O segundo foi descrito por Lambert e colaboradores em [2]Pelas regras do código internacional de nomenclatura zoológica, a homonímia não é permitida, sendo o segundo gênero homônimo.

Books set in Missouri: [Gone Girl, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Sharp Objects, I Know Why the Caged Bird Si. Jun 30,  · Description of the Missourium Theristocaulodon (Koch) or Missouri Leviathan (Leviathan Missouriensis,) together with its supposed habits, and the Indian Traditions: also, comparison on the Whale, Crcocodile, and Missourium, with the Leviathan, as described in the 41st Chapter of the Book .Description of the Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits, and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed: also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile, and Missourium, with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the Book of Job.Description of Missourium, or Missouri leviathan: together with its supposed habits and Indian traditions concerning the location from whence it was exhumed; also, comparisons of the whale, crocodile and missourium with the leviathan, as described in 41st chapter of the book of Job / by Albert Koch.

Volume: c.1 () (Reprint) Koch, Albert C.