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Chambered Collection

"Unveiling the Mysteries of the Chambered: From Ammonite Fossils to Emperor Nautilus" Step into a world frozen in time as we explore the enigmatic realm wonders

Background imageChambered Collection: Ammonite fossil, SEM

Ammonite fossil, SEM
Ammonite fossil, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Ammonites were invertebrates and lived in the sea. They were molluscs that formed a spiral shell to protect their soft body

Background imageChambered Collection: Kits Coty House near Maidstone, Kent

Kits Coty House near Maidstone, Kent
Kits Coty House, the remains of a chambered long barrow located near to the village of Aylesford, Kent. Date: circa 1901

Background imageChambered Collection: DDE-90036159

DDE-90036159
Maes Howe (Maeshowe) is a Neolithic chambered cairn (c.2800 BC), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Orkney islands, Scotland. (Large format sizes available) Date: 15/10/2009

Background imageChambered Collection: DDE-90036158

DDE-90036158
Maes Howe (Maeshowe) is a Neolithic chambered cairn (c.2800 BC), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Orkney islands, Scotland. (Large format sizes available) Date: 15/10/2009

Background imageChambered Collection: Emperor nautilus cephalopod out of its shell

Emperor nautilus cephalopod out of its shell, Nautilus pompilius. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageChambered Collection: Emperor nautilus shell, Nautilus pompilius

Emperor nautilus shell, Nautilus pompilius
Emperor nautilus shell and section through shell showing chambers, Nautilus pompilius (Great nautilus, Nautilus pompilius) Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder

Background imageChambered Collection: Nautilus, Nautilus pompilius, and greater

Nautilus, Nautilus pompilius, and greater
Cross-section through chambered nautilus shell, Nautilus pompilius (Nautilus crassus) 1, small nautilus, Nautilus pompilius suluensis 2, greater argonaut with narrow keel

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered or great nautilus shell, Nautilus pompilius

Chambered or great nautilus shell, Nautilus pompilius (Nautilus crassus) 1 and polished shell below 2. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by G.W

Background imageChambered Collection: Moon snail and nautilus

Moon snail and nautilus
Bladder moon snail, Neverita didyma 1, crusty nautilus, Nonion umbilicatulum 2, and chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius 3, 4. Natice, Nautile

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered nautilus and pearl shells

Chambered nautilus and pearl shells
Chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius 1, and pearl oysters and mussels 2, 3, 4. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Friedrich Johann Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children)

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NA
The Palau chambered nautilus, Nautilus belauensis, is mainly found in the Western Carolines as its name suggests. These nautilus are highly mobile scavenging herbalists

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered Nautilus

Chambered Nautilus
Chambered nautilus (Nautilus pompilius); Manado, Indonesia

Background imageChambered Collection: Close-Up Of Chambered Nautilus Shell On Black Background (Sepia Photograph)

Close-Up Of Chambered Nautilus Shell On Black Background (Sepia Photograph)

Background imageChambered Collection: Micronesia, Palau, Chambered Nautilus (Nautilus Pompilius) Floating Among Coral

Micronesia, Palau, Chambered Nautilus (Nautilus Pompilius) Floating Among Coral

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered nautilus (Nautilus pompilius); Indonesia

Chambered nautilus (Nautilus pompilius); Indonesia

Background imageChambered Collection: Cross-section model of Chambered Nautilus (Nautilus pompilius)

Cross-section model of Chambered Nautilus (Nautilus pompilius)

Background imageChambered Collection: Entrance, Listoghil Chambered Cairn, Carrowmore, No. 51

Entrance, Listoghil Chambered Cairn, Carrowmore, No. 51
Entrance, Listoghil Chambered Cairn, Carrowmore, No.51 - a view of an entrance to a Cairn. (Location: Republic of Ireland: County Sligo: Carrowmore). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered Cairn, Carnanmore, Co. Antrim

Chambered Cairn, Carnanmore, Co. Antrim - a view of the entrance of a Cairn. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Antrim: Carnanmore). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageChambered Collection: Chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius

Chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from The Naturalists Pocket Magazine, Harrison, London, 1800

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066911

Picture No. 11066911
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 6 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066910

Picture No. 11066910
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 5 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066909

Picture No. 11066909
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 4 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066908

Picture No. 11066908
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 3 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066907

Picture No. 11066907
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 2 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 11066906

Picture No. 11066906
Neolithic Chambered Tombs series 1 of 6 walk-in 5 chambered tomb dating back to 3600BC, excavation shows that the tomb had been used over some 1000 years before it was closed in

Background imageChambered Collection: Picture No. 10767626

Picture No. 10767626
Chambered / Pearly / Common NAUTILUS - released in deep water (Nautilus pompilius) Date:

Background imageChambered Collection: Nautiloids - Orthoceras: The fossilised internal mould of the phragmocone

Nautiloids - Orthoceras: The fossilised internal mould of the phragmocone (the chambered part of the shell) of a nautiloid, Orthoceras sp. which would have swum with its shell horizontal in the water

Background imageChambered Collection: Orthoceras, nautiloid fossil C016 / 4847

Orthoceras, nautiloid fossil C016 / 4847
Orthoceras, nautiloid fossil. This extinct marine nautiloid cephalopod is related to the squid and octopus. It lived during the Ordovician, and has been found in Europe

Background imageChambered Collection: Kosmoceras acutistriatum, ammonite

Kosmoceras acutistriatum, ammonite
This Jurassic ammonite from Wiltshire, England occurs in a fine-grained shale, but has been severely flattened. However, the original lustre of the shell has been retained

Background imageChambered Collection: Orthoceras, nautiloid

Orthoceras, nautiloid
Shown here is Orthoceras, a straight Ordovician nautiloid

Background imageChambered Collection: Gastrioceras, goniatite

Gastrioceras, goniatite
Gastrioceras, a Carboniferous goniatite. Goniatites were highly mobile creatures similar to octopus and squid, but were protected by a coiled shell divided up into many chambers

Background imageChambered Collection: Kits Coty House

Kits Coty House, a Neolithic chambered tomb on the A229 road from Maidstone to Rochester, Kent, England. Date: BC


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"Unveiling the Mysteries of the Chambered: From Ammonite Fossils to Emperor Nautilus" Step into a world frozen in time as we explore the enigmatic realm wonders. Delve deep into the secrets hidden within these ancient treasures, from ammonite fossils to emperor nautilus cephalopods. Intriguingly preserved, an ammonite fossil captures our imagination with its intricate spiral pattern. Underneath its mesmerizing exterior lies a glimpse into prehistoric life, offering clues about Earth's history that span millions of years. Using cutting-edge technology like SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy), scientists unlock even more details from these chambered marvels. The microscopic view reveals stunning textures and structures, allowing us to appreciate their beauty on a whole new level. Venturing further, Kits Coty House near Maidstone, Kent beckons with its mysterious allure. This Neolithic burial site holds ancient chambered cairns that have stood for centuries as silent witnesses to long-forgotten rituals and beliefs. DDE-90036159 and DDE-90036158 are catalog numbers that lead us deeper into the world wonders. These codes hold untold stories waiting to be unraveled by curious minds seeking knowledge and understanding. The majestic emperor nautilus emerges from its shell, showcasing nature's remarkable design prowess. With graceful tentacles extending outward, this creature captivates our senses while reminding us of the vast diversity found in our oceans' depths. Behold the exquisite beauty of an emperor nautilus shell belonging to Nautilus pompilius species – a true masterpiece crafted by nature itself. Its spiraling chambers symbolize growth and evolution throughout life's journey. Nautiluses come in various sizes; some are known as greater or chambered nautiluses due to their larger shells housing more intricate compartments within them. Each layer represents another chapter in their lives – a testament to their resilience and adaptability.