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The great Sea Serpent, according to different Descriptions

Author: Pontoppidan, Erich, 1698-1764.

Title: The Natural History of Norway: Containing, A Particular and Accurate Account of the Temperature of the Air, the Different Soils, Waters, Vegetables, Metals, Minerals, Stones, Beasts, Birds, and Fishes; Together with the Dispositions, Customs, and Manner of Living of the Inhabitants: Interspersed with Physiological Notes from Eminent Writers, and Transactions of Academies. In Two Parts. Translated from the Danish Original of the Right Revd. Erich Pontoppidan, Bishop of Bergen in Norway, and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Copenhagen. Illustrated with Copper Plates, and a General Map of Norway.

Imprint: London : Printed for A. Linde, 1755.

Physical Description: 1 print : engraving ; plate mark 264 x 176 mm on leaf 38 x 24 cm.

Page: Facing Part II p.196.

Call Number: QH168. P6613 1755 Rare Oversize


Note: James H. Fleming Collection.

Note: Title from illustration.


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Taken on June 11, 2012