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Dataset to: Harzhauser & Krenn (2023): "The geological-paleontological collections of the Natural History Museum Vienna. An exhaustive evaluation of provenance context (1807 to 1918)"

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Abstract:We present an exhaustive survey of the geological-paleontological collection of the Natural History Museum Vienna (Austria) based on 268,755 objects acquired from 1807 to 1918. The database encompasses information on geographic origin, ...

Dataset to: Harzhauser et al. (2023): "'aus einem Trümmerhaufen des ausgebombten Hauses Wien III' – one century provenance context of the geological-paleontological collections in the Natural History Museum Vienna (1919 to 2019)"

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We present an exhaustive survey of the geological-paleontological collection of the Natural History Museum Vienna (Austria) based on 353,704 objects acquired from 1919 to 2019. The data encompass information on geographic origin, ...

Datasets to Weinmann et al.: Spatial distribution and diversity of benthic shallow-water foraminifera from Corfu Island (Greece, Ionian Sea): An island at the range front of an invasive species

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Corfu Island (Greece) is located in the northern Ionian Sea and exhibits unique and diverse marine coastal habitats suitable for high-diversity assemblages such as shallow-water foraminifera. The island also lies near the ...

MicroCT scan of a Southern three-banded armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus)

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MicroCT (x-ray microcomputed tomography, YXLON FF35 CT) dataset of a southern three-banded armadillo or Azara's domed armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus) rolled fully up into a ball. The specimen is part of the mammal collection of the ...

Supplementary material to: Jovanovic-Kruspel, S. & Boomgaarden, A. (2023): "Dekorationsmalereien im Naturhistorischen Museum Wien: Kunsthistorische und restauratorische Betrachtungen"

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This article focuses on a part of the artistic decoration of the Natural History Museum Vienna (NHMW) that has received little attention so far, namely decoration paintings. The painters who executed these works largely elude art ...

Dataset to: Yost et al. (2023): "New Decapoda (Anomura) from the Paleocene Kambühel Formation, Austria"

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New decapod crustaceans from ?Selandian to Thanetian strata of the Kambühel Formation, Austria, include the paguroid Squamipelta insecta new genus and species, and two new galatheoid species, Protomunida kambuehelensis and ...

EMPA analysis of specimens NHMW-MIN-O1966 and O1968

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Electron microscope data of spot analysis of the major phases in the investigated samples.

Dataset to: Miller et al. (2023): "New Decapoda (Brachyura) from the Paleocene Kambühel Formation, Austria"

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New brachyuran species from the ?Selandian to Thanetian units of the Kambühel Formation include Dromiopsis bullamelga, Dromiopsis aedicula, and Braggicarpilius wanzenboecki. Four previously named brachyuran species are also ...

Dataset to: Pany-Kucera & Wiltschke-Schrotta (2023): "Die awarenzeitlichen Skelettreste (7.–8. Jh. n. Chr.) aus der archäologischen Grabung in Bruckneudorf (Burgenland), Fundstelle 1A"

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Diese Arbeit präsentiert die Basisdaten aus den anthropologischen Untersuchungen der Skelettreste aus der großteils awarenzeitlichen, aber auch spätantik und bronzezeitlich datierten archäologischen Fundstelle Bruckneudorf. Aus ...

Synthesys+ VA project SYNTH4VA1Chiroptera "COVID-19 Chiropteran knowledge base" (NHMW part)

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This dataset was digitised as part of the Synthesys+ Virtual Access programme for the SYNTHVA1Chiroptera project "Covid-19 Chiroptera knowledgebase". The data provided here are a subset of the mammal collection of the Natural ...

LA-ICP-MS data from specimens NHMW-MIN-O1967 and O1969

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Laser Ablation – Inductively Coupled Plasma – Mass Spectrometry data from the meteorite samples NHMW-MIN-O1967 and O1969. Method and experimental conditions are provided in the related paper (Pittarello et al., submitted) and ...

MicroCT scan of a prehistoric vase

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MicroCT (x-ray microcomputed tomography, YXLON FF35 CT) dataset of a prehistoric ceramic vase including marker for registration with other imaging methods. The vase was reconstructed around an original part. The difference between the ...

3D model of a prehistoric vase

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3D model based on a structured light scan (Artec Space Spider) a prehistoric ceramic vase including marker for registration with other imaging methods. The vase was reconstructed around an original part. The difference between ...

3D model of a Southern three-banded armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus)

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3D model based on a structured light scan (Artec Space Spider) of a southern three-banded armadillo or Azara's domed armadillo (Tolypeutes matacus) rolled fully up into a ball. The specimen is part of the mammal collection of ...

CT Scan of a paratype of Tripneustes kermadecensis Bronstein et al., 2017 (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) – Supplementary material to McLaren et al. (2023): "Hidden in plain sight: Tripneustes kermadecensis (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) is a junior synonym of the eastern Australian sea urchin Evechinus australiae described in 1878"

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MicroCT scan of a paratype of Tripneustes kermadecensis Bronstein et al., 2017 (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Toxopneustidae) in the Natural History Museum Vienna collection. Reassessment of taxonomic status by McLaren et al. (2023).

3D model of a figure of a bull

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3D model based on a 3D scan of a 11-centimeter-tall figure of a Bull from the Iron Age found in the Býčí skála cave (“Bull Rock Cave”) near Brno, Czech Republic. The 2,500-year-old bull in bronze is one of the most ...

Dataset to: Spitzenberger et al. (2006) "A preliminary revision of the genus Plecotus (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) based on genetic and morphological results"

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The phylogenetic relationships within the genus Plecotus were assessed using molecular as well as morphological methods. With only three species missing, our study is based on an almost comprehensive taxonomic sampling. The genetic ...

From historical expedition diaries to whole genome sequencing: a case study of the likely extinct Red Sea Torpedo Ray

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Abstract:Torpedo rays (Torpedinidae, Torpediniformes) are small to moderately large batoids that produce an electric discharge. In the latest lists of living rays, 13 species are accepted in the genus Torpedo, including three of doubtful ...

CT Scan of lectotype AM J. 30960 of Tripneustes australiae (Tenison-Woods, 1878) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) – Supplementary material to McLaren et al. (2023): "Hidden in plain sight: Tripneustes kermadecensis (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) is a junior synonym of the eastern Australian sea urchin Evechinus australiae described in 1878"

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MicroCT scan of lectotype specimen AM J. 30960 of Tripneustes australiae (Tenison-Woods, 1878) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Toxopneustidae) in the Australian Museum (Sydney) collection. Originally described as Evechinus australiae ...

CT Scan of paralectotype AM J. 30961 of Tripneustes australiae (Tenison-Woods, 1878) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) – Supplementary material to McLaren et al. (2023): "Hidden in plain sight: Tripneustes kermadecensis (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) is a junior synonym of the eastern Australian sea urchin Evechinus australiae described in 1878"

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MicroCT scan of lectotype specimen AM J. 30961 of Tripneustes australiae (Tenison-Woods, 1878) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Toxopneustidae) in the Australian Museum (Sydney) collection. Originally described as Evechinus australiae and ...

Lindenberg Hepaticae Taxon Catalogue 1860

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This catalogue contains a list of taxon names according to the Synopsis hepaticarum by Gottsche et al. (1844-1847)  that accompanies the Lindenberg collection acquired by the "k.k. botanisches Hofcabinet" in 1860. This collection is ...

Lindenberg Hepaticae Object Catalogue 1878

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This catalogue was generated in 1878 based on the Lindenberg collection acquired by the "k.k. botanisches Hofcabinet" in 1860 and contains a numbered list of 9089 specimens (objects). These specimens are deposited at the herbarium of ...

MicroCT scan of axis bone of a mute swan (Cygnus olor) - Supplementary material to "Mayr et al. (2023): Reinterpretation of tuberculate cervical vertebrae of Eocene birds as an exceptional anti-predator adaptation against the mammalian craniocervical killing bite"

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MicroCT (x-ray microcomputed tomography, YXLON FF35 CT) dataset of an axis bone of an extant mute swan (Cygnus olor). The specimen is part of the bird collection of the first zoological department of the Natural History Museum Vienna.

MicroCT scan of a fossil cervical vertrebra of a Perplexicervicidae (Aves) - Supplementary material to "Mayr et al. (2023): Reinterpretation of tuberculate cervical vertebrae of Eocene birds as an exceptional anti-predator adaptation against the mammalian craniocervical killing bite"

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MicroCT (x-ray microcomputed tomography, YXLON FF35 CT) dataset of a fossil cervical vertrebrate of a Perplexicervicidae (Aves). The specimen is part of the vertebrate collection of the department of Geology and Paleontology at the ...

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Historic museum samples provide evidence for a recent replacement of Wolbachia types in European Drosophila melanogaster.

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This dataset contains the newly assembled Wolbachia draft genomes and assembly statistics of eight previously published historic Drosophila melanogaster museum samples sequenced with Illumina (Shpak et al. 2023) and of nine previously ...

Dataset to: Páll-Gergely et al. (2024): "Many roads to success: Alternative routes to building an economic shell in land snails"

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3D models based on microCT scans of snail shells. This is the dataset to the publication "Many roads to success: Alternative routes to building an economic shell in land snails" (2024) by Páll-Gergely et al.:

Land snails exhibit an ...

Supplementum to the Project "Metallic Idiophones between 800 BC and 800 AD in Central Europe" - chemichal analyses of the idiophones

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Chemichal Analyses (Scanning electron microscopy and XRF-analyses) of bells and pellet bells from the Roman and Avar period. The analysed objects are housed in the Wien Museum/Vienna Museum; the Stadtmuseum Wels, the Hungarian National ...

Supplementary material to: Pomberger et al. (2022): "Ancient bells from Ovilava/Wels – First studies"

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About 100 references mentioning bells, cymbals and sounding ore in various ancient and late antique texts were found and classified according to their function.

Textile analyses and visiual materials on Avar pellet bells (FWF Project T 1136-G "Metallic Idiophones between 800 BC and 800 AD in Central Europe")

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29 textile fragments adhering on Avar pellet bells from cemeteries in Hungary (Halimba-Belátó-domb, Jánoshida, Keszthely, Kölked-Feketekapu, Pilismarót-Öregek-dűlő, Szob, Keszthely-Városi temető, Gyenesdiás), Slovakia ...

CT Scan of the six-armed brittle star Ophiactis hex (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) – Supplementary material to Thuy et al. (2024): "Fossil evidence for the ancient link between clonal fragmentation, six-fold symmetry and an epizoic lifestyle in asterozoan echinoderms"

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MicroCT scan of a the holoype (specimen SMNS 70508) of the new species Ophiactis hex Thuy et al., 2024 (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea: Ophiactidae) from the Nusplingen Quarry on top of Westerberg hill, Nusplingen, Germany; ...

Videos on the project "Metallic idiophones between 800 BC and 800 AD in Central Europe"

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Videos on the project "Metallic idiophones between 800 BC and 800 AD in Central Europe". Videos with original sounds of Avar bells, Roman bells and Hallstatt pendants as well as related information on findings and possible ...

3D model of a bust of Alberto Fucini

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3D scan of a bust of the Italian geologist and paleontologist Alberto Fucini (1864 – 1940). The bust is made of bronze, and was patinated in dark grey. The sculpture is mounted on a black marble base.

Miocene Gastropoda from the Central Paratethys Sea

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A revised dataset on stratigraphic and geographic occurrences of revised Gastropoda species from the Miocene Central Paratethys Sea, with georefernces locality data.

3D model of a bust of Gregor Mendel

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3D scan of a bust of the Austro-Czech clergy and biologist, Gregor Mendel (1822–1884). Mendel is considered one of the founders of the science of genetics. He is best known for his work on biological inheritance, which is today ...

3D model of a cast iron umbrella stand

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3D scan of a vintage cast iron umbrella stand. It was produced around 1889 and was part of the original interior of the workrooms of the Natural History Museum Vienna.

3D model of a baby shoe of Hans Hass

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3D scan of the first baby shoe of Austrian diving pioneer, zoologist and filmmaker Hans Hass (1919–2013). A few months before his death, Hans Hass donated a large number of personal objects and documents to the archive, which ...

3D model of a bust of Ferdinand von Hochstetter

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3D scan of a bust of the Austrian geologist and first director of the Natural History Museum Vienna, Ferdinand von Hochstetter (1829–1884). The bust is made of plaster and is mounted on a dark turned wood base.

The original was ...

3D model of bust Bust of Joseph Franz von Jacquin

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3D scan of a bust of the Austrian chemist and botanist Joseph Franz von Jacquin (1766 – 1839). Joseph Franz was the son of the famous Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin and followed in his footsteps as botanist and chemist. The bust ...

3D model of a bronzed bust of Johann Baptist Natterer

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3D scan of a bronzed bust of the Austrian taxidermist and collector Johann Baptist Natterer (1787–1843). The bust was made by sculptor Anton Rücker, the material is bronzed plaster.

3D model of a bust of Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin

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3D scan of a bust of the Austro-Dutch chemist and botanist Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727 – 1817). The bust by the Austrian sculptor Elias Hütter (1774 – 1865) is made of plaster, which is painted with bronze paint. The ...

3D model of a bust of Jakob Eduard Polak

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3D model of a bust of the Austrian physician and ethnographer Jakob Eduard Polak (1818–1891). The bust is made out of plaster (hollow casting).

3D model of a bust of Richard von Wettstein

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3D scan of the bust of the Austrian botanist Richard von Wettstein, also known as Richard Wettstein von Westersheim (1863–1931). The bust is made out of bronzed plaster and mounted on a wooden base.

3D model of a plaster bust of Johann Baptist Natterer

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3D scan of a plaster bust of the Austrian taxidermist and collector Johann Baptist Natterer (1787–1843). The bust was made by sculptor Anton Rücker, the material is plaster.

3D models of corn models

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3D scans of corn models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of guava fruit models

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3D scans of guava fruit models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of Araceae bulb models

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3D scans of models of Araceae bulbs. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D model of a jackfruit model

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3D scan of a model of a jackfruit. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of pumpkin models

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3D scans of 16 pumpkin models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of bhindi or okra models

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3D scans of 8 bhindi or okra models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of pea pod models

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3D scans of 3 pea pod models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of beetroot models

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3D scans of beetroot models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of cucumber models

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3D scans of 9 cucumber models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of chachenda or snake gourd models

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3D scans of chachenda or snake gourd models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as ...

3D model of a passion fruit model

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3D scan of a model of a passion fruit. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of fig models

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3D scans of 5 fig models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of ginger models

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3D scans of 5 models of ginger (Amomum zingiber). The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, ...

3D models of phut or snap melon models

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3D scans of models of a phut or snap melon. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of cacao pod models

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3D scans of 6 cacao pod models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of guaiacwood models

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3D scans of models of 3 guaiacwood (Guaiacum officinale). The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum ...

3D models of carrot models

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3D scans of 3 carrot models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of sweet lime models

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3D scans of 4 lime models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of chili pepper models

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3D scans of chili pepper models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D model of a garlic model

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3D scan of a model of garlic. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. It ...

3D model of a hoe husker (Deinotherium)

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3D scan of a skeleton of the extinct Deinotherium (translates to “terrible beast”) or hoe tusker, that came to the Natural History Museum Vienna in 1885. The bones of this prehistoric elephant were found in Franzensbad, Czech ...