History of geology and palæontology to the end of the nineteenth century by Karl Alfred von Zittel

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  • Paleontology -- History.

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Other titlesLandmarks II.
Statementby Karl Alfred von Zittel ; translated by Maria M. Ogilvie-Gordon.
SeriesContemporary science series -- XLII, Landmarks of science
ContributionsGordon, Maria Matilda (Ogilvie), Dame, d. 1939.
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LC ClassificationsQE11 .Z8
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxiii, 562 p., [12] leaves of plates (some folded)
Number of Pages562
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Open LibraryOL14012767M
LC Control Numbernuc87831033
OCLC/WorldCa8641740

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