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CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS.
Queen Alice conversing with an old frog. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking Glass,' 1872.
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SPACE SHUTTLE: FROG, 1992.
A crew member works with an adult female frog used in the Frog Embryology Experiment, in Spacelab J on the Space Shuttle Endeavour during mission STS-47. Photograph, September 1992.
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SIOUX HORSEMAN, c1901.
Willie Holy Frog, a Sioux Native American performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed c1901.
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SIOUX NATIVE AMERICAN, c1900.
William Frog, Sioux Native American, probably from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
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RED-EYED TREE FROG, 2011.
Tree frog specimen perched in rainforest habitat. Photograph, 6 September 2011. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Tollkühn / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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SCIENCE.
USA: Student Nurses: Closeup of novice dissecting a frog in anatomy class - Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt - Published by: 'Koralle' 16/1938 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0008810
TOADSTONE, 1491.
Extracting a bezoar (toadstone) to be used as an antidote against, and as a warning of, the presence of poison. Woodcut from Peter Schöffer's 'Hortus Sanitatis', Mainz, Germany, 1491.
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0040774
AESOP: FROGS WISH FOR KING
Aesop's Fable of 'The Frogs Who Wished for a King.' Watercolor by Milo Winter.
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0175458
PRE-COLUMBIAN EFFIGY PIPE.
Effigy pipe in the form of a frog, made of red flint clay, from Illinois. Mississippian, c900-1300 A.D.
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NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY.
Necklace with incised bird bones, limpet and olivella shells, 104 cm long; Abalone shells, 3 cm long; Steatite bracelet, 9 cm diameter. All of the Canaliño culture of southern California, c1000 A.D. Also pictured: bracelet with frog ornament of glycymeris shell from the Hohokam culture, c700-900, 10 cm diameter.
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JEAN ROSTAND.
Jean Rostand (1894-1977) french novelist and biologist holds a frog in his hand march 17, 1967. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
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SEVEN PLAGUES OF EGYPT.
The plague of frogs. Copper engraving from 'The Natural Story of the Bible,' Amsterdam, 1732.
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ARISTOPHANES: FROGS.
Dionysus and Xanthias before the house of Herakles. Line drawing, 19th century, after an antique Greek vase painting.
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0100409
SPRING PEEPER FROG.
Pseudacris crucifer.
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ALASKA: TOTEM POLE, c1935.
Haida memorial totem pole, with figures of a frog, wolf, eagle and bear, commemorating a potlatch feast, at Sitka, Alaska. Postcard, American, c1935.
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JAPAN: ANIMALS AS HUMANS.
Monkey with a frog attendant. Detail of a scroll painting by Toba Sojo (1053-1140).
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GALVANI: GALVANISM, 1791.
Line engraving from Luigi Galvani's work on the effects of electricity on muscular motion, 'De Viribus Electricitatis,' 1791.
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HONDECOETER: NATURE, 1668.
'Birds, Butterflies and a Frog Among Plants and Fungi.' Oil on canvas by Melchior d'Hondecoeter, 1668. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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HOHOKAM ARTIFACTS.
Artifacts produced by the Hohokam culture of the American Southwest, 900-1400 A.D. Sides: two clay female figurines, height: 12.7; Top: shell overlaid with turqoise, diameter: 5.1.cm. Center: incised bone ring, diameter: 5 cm. Bottom: shell frog with inlaid turquoise, width: 4.4 cm.
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SIDESHOW POSTER, c1945.
American sideshow poster for 'The Frog Boy,' c1945.
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CIRCUS POSTER, 1903.
'The Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth, A Grotesque Group of 40 Mad-Cap Merry-Makers & Frisky Fools, Whose Waggish Ways Have Made Millions Hold Their Sides With Laughter.' Lithograph, 1903.
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0100406
GREEN FROG.
Photographed 1942.
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JAPAN: ANIMALS AS HUMANS.
Detail of a scroll painting by Toba Sojo (1053-1140).
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LUIGI GALVANI (1737-1798).
Italian physician and physicist. Painting by an unknown artist.
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ASIAN ART.
Early autumn, by Qian Xuan (ca 1235-ca early 1307), ink and colour on paper, 26.7x120.7 cm, China. Detail. Chinese Civilisation, Yuan Dynasty, 13th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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ARCHAEOLOGY.
Frog shaped pottery originating from Peru. Pre-Inca Paracas Civilization. 3rd Century BC. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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GALVANI: GALVANISM, 1791.
Luigi Galvani's production of an electric current between two metals and a frog's legs, the graphic demonstration of galvanism. Line engraving from Galvani's 'De Viribus Electricitatis,' 1791.
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FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY.
Jim Smiley, Simon Wheeler, and the frog Dan'l in the climactic race from Mark Twain's 'The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, and Other Sketches,' 1867.
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0069461
LA FONTAINE: FABLES.
'The Frog that wished to make herself as big as the Ox.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré for Jean de la Fontaine's fable.
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0018047
MYTHOLOGY: MEDUSA.
Painting of the head of Medusa attributed to Leonardo da Vinci.
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ILLUSTRATION.
15th-century illustration shows the method of extracting a toadstone. U.S. Surgeon General Office.
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WHITEFISH LAKE, ONTARIO, CANADA.
A leopard frog watches its prey, the butterfly, on forget-me-nots. George Shiras.
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FROG.
Photographed 1942.
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GALVANI: GALVANISM.
Luigi Galvani's experiment
applying electricity upon severed frog's legs, which would palpitate in a demonstration of galvanism. Line engraving, late 18th century.
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0069180
GRANDVILLE: ANIMAL SCENE.
From 'Scenes de la Vie Privée et Publique des Animaux,' 1842, by Grandville (1803-1847), French caricaturist.
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0433482
VAN GOGH: JAPONAISERIE.
Oiran (after Kesai Eisen). Oil on canvas, Vincent van Gogh, 1887.
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FULTON STREET FISH MARKET.
Crab, fish and frog legs at the market, New York City. Photograph, 1938.
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NORTHWESTERN NATIVE AMERICAN ART:
Tsimshian Shaman charm of bone and abalone from British Columbia, Canada.
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COLUMBIA: NATIVES, 1879.
Preparation of poisonous frog by indigenous people of Colombia. Wood engraving, French, 1879.
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WITCH AND DEMONS, 1555.
A witch conjuring up demons. Woodcut from Olaus Magnus''Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus', Rome, Italy, 1555.
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