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Diamond-back Rattlesnake Featured Related Images Print

Diamond-back Rattlesnake

PM-4984 Diamond-back Rattlesnake USA Crotalus adamanteus Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Pat Morris / ardea.com

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Alexander Wilson and companions on the Susquehanna, 1809 (etching) Featured Related Images Print

Alexander Wilson and companions on the Susquehanna, 1809 (etching)

XOS1766192 Alexander Wilson and companions on the Susquehanna, 1809 (etching) by American School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: In 1804, the ornithologist Alexander Wilson and two companions walking in a wood near the Susquehanna River, come upon a large rattlesnake which one of them prepares to shoot. Wilson, left, stops him and they continue their tour to Niagara Falls, a journey which Wilson later commemorates in his poem The Foresters'.
Illustration by Andrew Lawson (1773-1846)); American, out of copyright

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Coatlicue, the Earth Mother, creator of man and goddess of life and death Featured Related Images Print

Coatlicue, the Earth Mother, creator of man and goddess of life and death

Coatlicue, the Earth Mother, creator of man and goddess of life and death. Her head is formed from the facing heads of two rattlesnakes and she wears a necklace of hearts, hands and skulls. One of a pair of colossal statues which stood in the courtyard of the Great Temple at Tenochtitlan. Country of Origin: Mexico. Culture: Aztec late Postclassic. Date/Period: Excavated in 1824 in Mexico City. Place of Origin: Great Temple at Tenochtitlan. Material Size: Stone 2.57m H.. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. Location: 28

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images