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[Arsinoitherium attacked by pterodons] [art original] / Charles R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 763
Scope and Contents

Four-horned rhinoceros-like animal defending itself against by two small prehistoric hyenas in foreground, another attack occuring in background.

Dates: 1907

[Coryphodons] [art original] / Chas R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 789
Scope and Contents

Depicts two quadrupeds facing each other in front of a lake; one has its mouth wide open and the other is looking into it.

Dates: [1898]

[Dinocyon] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item — Folder: Knight, RF-94-B
Identifier: Art Survey no. 776
Scope and Contents

Three-quarter view of head and neck of a Miocene dog. Signed and dated "Feb. 1902" at lower left.

Dates: 1902

[Eobasileus] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 760
Scope and Contents

Two rhinoceros-like mammals with six horns and large canines, one grazing in background, the other standing in profile view in center. The Eobasileus is closely related to Uintatherium.

Dates: 1896

[Hyracodon] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 780
Scope and Contents

Herd of running horse-like prehistoric mammals, which were actually more closely related to rhinoceroses.

Dates: [1896]