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- attitude. Achilles is one of the main characters in Dan Simmons's novels Ilium (2003) and Olympos (2005). Achilles is a major supporting character in David...
- Squamous part External surface Glabella Frontal suture Supra-orbital margin Supra-orbital notch (Supra-orbital foramen) Internal surface Foramen ce**** Frontal...
- only species, I. incognitus, in 1932. The generic name is derived from the ilium and Gr**** Souchos, the crocodile god. The specific name means "unknown"...
- heavily pneumatized, or filled with air pockets. The vertebrae, ribs, and the ilium bone of the hip were pneumatized to an extent which was very rare among...
- revised its diagnosis, focused on the holotype ilium. It preserved a thickened ridge dorsal to the supra-acetabular crest, which according to Nesbitt (2009)...
- pelvic girdle is attached to the backbone by a pair of sacral ribs. The ilium slopes forward and the body is held closer to the ground than is the case...
- The hips and hind limbs are very similar to those of Azendohsaurus. The ilium has a prominent, semi-circular process at the front while the rear process...
- be a statue of Attus to the left of the senate house' fuimus Trōes, fuit Īlium (Virgil) 'we have ceased to be Trojans; Troy is no more' However, if a time...
- Tethyshadros insularis by an undulating upper profile of the ilium and a more sidewards projecting supra-acetabular crest. Gobihadros differs from T. insularis...
- they pre**** on tetrapods instead of fish. All derived phytosaurs have an ilium that is characterized by a blade that elongates posteriorly and an anterior...