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Eospirifer

Eospirifer is a genus of extinct brachiopod in the class Rhynchonellata and the order Spiriferida. Their fossils occur most commonly in marine calcareous, microbialitic mudstones with extensive mudcracks or shelly packstones, generally mid-Siluri ...

                                               

Eucalyptocrinites

Eucalyptocrinites is an extinct genus of crinoid that lived from the Silurian to the Middle Devonian. Its remains have been found in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.

                                               

Osteostraci

The class Osteostraci is an extinct taxon of bony-armored jawless fish, termed "ostracoderms", that lived in what is now North America, Europe and Russia from the Middle Silurian to Late Devonian. Anatomically speaking, the osteostracans, especia ...

                                               

Paralejurus

These animals, up to nine centimeters long, had an oval outline and a strongly arched exoskeleton. The cephalon has a smooth, detail-poor surface and an almost inconspicuous occipital bone behind the glabella in the transition to the thorax. The ...

                                               

Terebratulida

Terebratulids are one of only three living orders of articulate brachiopods, the others being the Rhynchonellida and the Thecideida. Craniida and Lingulida include living brachiopods, but are inarticulates. The name, Terebratula, may be derived f ...

                                               

Wadeoceras

Wadeoceras is a genus of nautiloids included in the Polyelasmoceratidae, a family of oncocerids living from the Middle Silurian to the Late Devonian. In the Phragmocone of Wadeoceras is curved cyrtoconic and the HAB, orthoconic more direct.

                                               

New England hotspot

The New England hotspot, also referred to as the Great Meteor hotspot, is a long-lived volcanic hotspot in the Atlantic Ocean. The hotspots most recent eruptive center is the Great Meteor Seamount, and it probably created a short line of mid to l ...

                                               

Lancaster Sound

Lancaster Sound is a body of water in the Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located between Devon Island and Baffin Island, forming the eastern entrance to the Parry Channel and the Northwest Passage. East of the sound lies Baffin Bay, t ...

                                               

Mackenzie dike swarm

The Mackenzie dike swarm, also called the Mackenzie dikes, form a large igneous province in the western Canadian Shield of Canada. It is part of the larger Mackenzie Large Igneous Province and is one of more than three dozen dike swarms in variou ...

                                               

Nipissing sills

The Nipissing sills, also called the Nipissing diabase, is a large 2217– to 2210–million year old group of sills in the Superior craton of the Canadian Shield in Ontario, Canada, which intrude the Huronian Supergroup. Nipissing sills intrude all ...

                                               

Mount Buninyong

Mount Buninyong is an extinct volcano in western Victoria, Australia rising to 745 metres AHD. It lies within the Mount Buninyong Scenic Reserve, 4 kilometres north of the town of Buninyong and 14 kilometres south of Ballarat, on the regional cit ...

                                               

Double Crater

Double Crater is an extinct Pleistocene volcano within the San Francisco volcanic field, north of Flagstaff, Arizona. It is to the southeast of Sunset Crater.

                                               

Doyle Peak

Doyle Peak is in the San Francisco Peaks of northern Arizona and is the fourth highest peak, but the sixth highest named point in the state of Arizona with an elevation of 11.464 feet. Both Aubineau Peak and Rees Peak are higher, but they do not ...

                                               

Great Blue Hill

Great Blue Hill is a hill of 635 feet located within the Blue Hills Reservation in Milton and Canton, Massachusetts 10 miles southwest of downtown Boston. It is the highest point in Norfolk County and the Greater Boston area. The modern name for ...

                                               

Mount Kinbō (Kumamoto)

Mount Kinbō or Mount Kinpō is a mountain in the west of Kumamoto city, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. It is an extinct caldera-type volcano. Mount Kinbō overlooks the city of Kumamoto and is used for sightseeing and for radio and TV broadcast antennas.

                                               

OLeary Peak

OLeary Peak is an extinct Pleistocene lava dome volcano within the San Francisco volcanic field, north of Flagstaff, Arizona, and to the northwest of Sunset Crater National Monument. A fire lookout tower was built on a subsidiary eastern peak. It ...

                                               

Pilot Knob (Austin, Texas)

Pilot Knob is the eroded core of an extinct volcano located 8 miles south of central Austin, Texas, near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and McKinney Falls State Park.

                                               

Round Top

Round Top is an extinct volcano in the Berkeley Hills, just east of Oakland, California. The peak lies entirely within the bounds of Contra Costa County. In 1936, the area surrounding the peak was established as Round Top Regional Park, one of th ...

                                               

Rutan Hill

Rutan Hill is the local name for a hill on the United State Geological Survey Branchville 7.5-minute map. It is located about 2.46 miles south-southwest of Colesville, New Jersey in the Wantage Township, of Sussex County, New Jersey in the United ...

                                               

Sierra Grande

Sierra Grande is an extinct shield volcano in northeastern New Mexico that rises 2.200 feet above the surrounding plain. It is part of the inactive Raton-Clayton volcanic field.

                                               

Timeline of Somerset history

Key dates in the History of Somerset 537 - Battle of Camlann sometimes located at Queen Camel uncertain date. 1685 - Judge Jeffries holds the "Bloody Assizes" at Taunton. 1898 - County boundaries altered. 973 - King Edgar of England crowned at Ba ...

                                               

Timeline of Llanelli history

1607 – Oldest Map of Wales. Created by William Camden. Llanelly a small Town in South Wales where Machynys is shown to be a separate island called Bach hannis 1772 – the visits of John Wesley Llanelly. 1779 – Wesley again. 1780 – independent chap ...

                                               

Timeline of the Han dynasty

Shin, Michael D. 2014, Korean History in Maps, Cambridge University Press. Twitchett, Denis 2008, The Cambridge History of China 1, Cambridge University Press. Crespigny, Rafe 2007, A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms 23- ...

                                               

Timeline of the Jin dynasty (266–420) and the Sixteen Kingdoms (304–439)

Shin, Michael D. 2014, Korean History in Maps, Cambridge University Press. Crespigny, Rafe 2007, A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms 23-220 AD, Brill. Xiong, Victor Cunrui 2009, Historical Dictionary of Medieval China, Un ...

                                               

Timeline of the Qing dynasty

Geary, Norman 2003, The Kam People of China, RoutledgeCurzon Elliott, Mark C. 2001, The Manchu Way: The Eight Banners and Ethnic Identity in Late Imperial China, Stanford University Press, ISBN 9780804746847. Beckwith, Christopher I. 2009, Empire ...

                                               

Timeline of the Sui dynasty

Taylor, K.W. 2013, A History of the Vietnamese, Cambridge University Press. Knapp, Ronald G. 1980, Chinas Island Frontier: Studies in the Historical Geography of Taiwan, The University of Hawaii. Xiong, Victor Cunrui 2009, Historical Dictionary o ...

                                               

Timeline of the Warring States and the Qin dynasty

Peers, Chris 2013, Battles of Ancient China, Pen & Sword Military. Loades, Mike 2018, The Crossbow, Osprey. Ebrey, Patricia 2005, China: A Cultural, Social, and Political History, Wadsworth Publishing. Peers, C.J. 2006, Soldiers of the Dragon: Ch ...

                                               

Timeline of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms

Ebrey, Patricia Buckley 1999, The Cambridge Illustrated History of China, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-66991-X paperback. Sima, Guang 2015, Boyangbǎn Zīzhìtōngjiàn 54 huanghou shīzōng 柏楊版資治通鑑54皇后失蹤, Yuǎnliu chūbǎns ...

                                               

Timeline of the Northern and Southern dynasties

Xiong, Victor Cunrui 2009, Historical Dictionary of Medieval China, United States of America: Scarecrow Press, Inc., ISBN 0810860538. Crespigny, Rafe 2007, A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms 23-220 AD, Brill. Taylor, K.W ...

                                               

LCM 25 ton type

Japan has eleven LCM 25 ton type landing ships in service with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. Built in Japan, the boats are similar in design to the US LCM-6 type and have similar capacity. Two larger 50 ton LCMs, built by Yokohama Yacht, wer ...

                                               

Miura-class landing ship tank

The Miura -class landing ship tank is a class of three tank landing ships that served with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force from 1975 to 2002. They were primarily deployed for logistic support but were also be used to carry heavy construc ...

                                               

Murasame-class destroyer (1958)

The Murasame -class destroyer was a destroyer class built for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in the late 1950s as a successor to the Ayanami -class destroyers. Like its predecessor, its main task was anti-submarine warfare, but its improve ...

                                               

Natsushio-class submarine

The Natsushio -class submarines were significantly smaller than the next generation Japanese submarines, Ōshio, and the Natsushio -class submarines were the development of the Hayashio -class submarines. Also, the Natsushio class is one of the hu ...

                                               

Shirane-class destroyer

The Shirane -class destroyers were a pair of Japanese destroyers originally built during the late 1970s. They are built around a large central hangar which houses up to three helicopters and they are the natural successor of the Haruna -class des ...

                                               

Type J1 submarine

The Type J1 submarine, also called I-1-class submarine were large cruiser submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Was built between 1926 and 1929 four boats. These boats, based on the KD2 and U-139 projects was a junsen, or cruiser, type with a ...

                                               

Ardsley Athletic F.C.

The club was formed after the end of the First World War and entered local leagues in the Barnsley and South Yorkshire area. They first entered the FA Cup in 1920, eventually participating in the competition on twelve occasions. In 1928 they lost ...

                                               

Atherton F.C.

The club, then known as Atherton Church House, joined the Lancashire Combination as founder members of new Division 2 in 1903. In the 1904–05 season, they finished in fourth place and earned promotion to the First Division. The club changed their ...

                                               

Attercliffe Victory F.C.

Attercliffe Victory F.C. was an English association football club from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The club competed in the FA Amateur Cup in 1926, a season after winning the Sheffield Amateur League

                                               

Barwell Athletic F.C.

The club entered the FA Cup on four occasions, but never went further than the 1st Qualifying Round. In 1992 they teamed up with Hinckley F. C. in Barwell F. C.

                                               

Birmingham Corporation Tramways F.C.

Birmingham Corporation Tramways F.C. was an English association football club which participated in the FA Cup in the 1934–1935 season, losing 2–0 to Workington in the First Round.

                                               

Brierfield Swifts F.C.

Brierfield Swifts Football Club was an English association football club based in Brierfield, Lancashire. The team entered the FA Cup, the major English cup competition, for the first time in the 1907–08 but were knocked out in the preliminary ro ...

                                               

Brush Sports F.C.

Brush Sports F.C., previously known as Loughborough Brush F.C. was an English association football club which participated in the Leicestershire Senior League and the FA Cup.

                                               

Burton Town F.C.

Burton Town F.C. was an English association football club based in Burton upon Trent in Staffordshire. Originally known as Burton All Saints, the club competed in the Birmingham & District League, one of the countrys strongest semi-professional l ...

                                               

Chilton Colliery Recreation F.C.

1. Players that have played/managed in the Football League or any foreign equivalent to this level i.e. fully professional league. 2. Players with full international caps. 3. Players that hold a club record or have captained the club. Tom Baker. ...

                                               

Clay Cross Town F.C. (1874)

The club was formed in the 1870s and competed in the FA Cup on three occasions in the 1890s before folding. They were the first of the three famous clubs name is mud city, the second was created in 1909 and the third in 2010.

                                               

Clay Cross Zingari F.C.

The club competed in the FA Cup twice before merging with Clay Cross Works in 1909 to form Clay Cross Town F.C. but another club by the same name was found competing in the FA Cup during the 1920s.

                                               

Cradley Heath F.C.

Cradley Heath F.C. was an English association football club based in Cradley Heath in the Black Country. The club competed in the Birmingham & District League, one of the countrys strongest semi-professional leagues, between 1922 and 1961 and won ...

                                               

Farnham United Breweries F.C.

Farnham United Breweries F.C. was an English association football club which participated in the FA Cup. In recent times Farnham known us FUBFC won the United Kingdom brewery championship 2-1 against Oxford Old Brewery with a 90th minute winner f ...

                                               

Flamstead F.C.

Flamstead F.C. was a football club based in the village of Flamstead, Hertfordshire, England connected to the village Sports & Social Club. They joined the South Midlands League Division One in 1990. For the 2006–07 season, they were members of t ...

                                               

Fulwood F.C.

Fulwood F.C. was an English association football club from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The club competed in the FA Amateur Cup during the 1930s, and won the Sheffield Amateur League in 1932