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Archaeopteryx & Heilmann pages

Hello all,

Some of you didn't receive the last notice, so here goes (again): I 
just put up some pages about Archaeopteryx and its history, including 
a source 'book' with historical texts that have thusfar not been very 
accessible to the English-speaking community. Also, there are some 
pages devoted to the life and work of Gerhard Heilmann. These pages 
are exclusively about the history of palaeontology, and do not 
discuss the current debate about the origin of birds. However, there 
is some interesting stuff to be found at:


Comments are always welcome, of course

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