Ref NoLDGSL/614/1/3
TitleWatercolours of teeth of Poecilodus sublaevis and Chomatodus cinctus
Date1841
LevelItem
Extent1 sheet
FormatPhotograph/drawing/painting/print
DescriptionFifteen watercolour and pencil studies of teeth and other fragments of various fossil fish including Poecilodus sublaevis and Chomatodus cinctus, probably by Joseph Dinkel, 1841. Found in Carboniferous Limestone, Armagh, from the collection of Captain Theobald Jones. Note: drawing 8 is annotated 'Enniskillen' so may have originated from the collection of William Willoughby Cole, 3rd Earl of Enniskillen. Sheet size: 385mm (w) x 232mm (h).
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Administrative HistoryCollected/drawn as part of the research for Louis Agassiz's 'Recherches sur les Poissons Fossiles' (1833-1843/1844).
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ArchNoteDescription by Caroline Lam
CreatorNameDINKEL | Joseph Wenceslas Anton | [1806-1891] | natural history artist
SubjectCarboniferous
Palaeoichthyology
Palaeontology
Lower Carboniferous
Persons
CodePersonNameDates
DS/UK/44AGASSIZ; Jean Louis Rudolphe (1807-1873); palaeontologist, zoologist, and geomorphologist1807-1873
DS/UK/1102JONES; Theobald (1790-1868); Admiral; Naval officer and geological collector1790-1868
DS/UK/181DINKEL; Joseph Wenceslas Anton ([1806-1891]); natural history artist[1806-1891]
DS/UK/112COLE; William Willoughby (1807-1886); 3rd Earl of ENNISKILLEN; palaeontologist and politician1807-1886
Places
CodePlaceName
NA480County Armagh
NA87Northern Ireland
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