- Esquimaux carving
The first of these illustrations is perhaps the best, as it is certainly the most delicate and graceful of all the fragments yet discovered. It represents the profile of the head and shoulder of an ibex, carved in low relief upon a piece of the palm of a reindeer’s antler. So exact and well characterised is the sculpture, that naturalists have no hesitation in deciding the animal to be an ibex of the Alps, and not of the Pyrenees.
- Group of reindeer drawn upon a piece of slate
Group of reindeer drawn upon a piece of slate
- Prehistoric carving of the Mammoth
Incised upon a piece of mammoth ivory, are outlines of the mammoth itself. The original, rather more than nine inches in length, is at Paris in the museum of the Jardin des plantes.
- A miracle of Remigius 2
- A miracle of Remigius
- Baptism of Clovis