Some articles on bone, dragon, dragon bones, bones, dragons:
... Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction !The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction 19592 !1959 Bone, J ... Bone "Triggerman" Astounding Science-Fiction 19592 !1959 Budrys, AlgisAlgis Budrys "Edge of the Sea" !"The Edge of the Sea" Venture Science Fiction Magazine ... Fiction 19631 !1963 Vance, JackJack Vance* "Dragon Masters" !"The Dragon Masters" Galaxy Science Fiction 19632 !1963 Jennings, GaryGary Jennings "Myrrha" Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction !The ...
... whose modern word for dinosaur is konglong (恐龍, or "terrible dragon"), considered them to be dragon bones and documented them as such ... written by Zhang Qu during the Western Jin Dynasty, reported the discovery of dragon bones at Wucheng in Sichuan Province ... Scholarly descriptions of what would now be recognized as dinosaur bones first appeared in the late 17th century in England ...
... The origin of the Chinese dragon is not certain ... The presence of dragons within Chinese culture dates back several thousands of years with the discovery of a dragon statue dating back to the fifth millennium BC from the Yangshao ... The coiled snake or dragon form played an important role in early Chinese culture ...
Famous quotes containing the words bones and/or dragon:
“Find meat on bones that soon have none,
And drink in the two milked crags,
The merriest marrow and the dregs
Before the ladies breasts are hags
And the limbs are torn....”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“And then at last our bliss
Full and perfect is,
But now begins; for from this happy day
The old Dragon underground,
In straiter limits bound,
Not half so far casts his usurped sway,
And, wroth to see his kingdom fail,
Swinges the scaly horror of his folded tail.”
—John Milton (16081674)