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This was the first non-bony crest discovered on a dinosaur.
It closely matches the look of the Chinese beaked dragon.
Another fascinating Chinese artifact is the Late Eastern Zhou Sauropod (Fang Jian) ornamental box to the right.
Displaying a long neck and, this depiction is compelling likeness to a Brachiosaurus.
The creatures on this particular art, which is housed in the Ethnographical Museum of Budapest, bear a striking resemblance to the hadrosaurids species , 1972, plate 10.) Chinese stories and stylized dragon depictions are fairly common. This piece was submitted for industrial X-Ray authentication and the patina was also chemically tested, showing that the artifact was clearly genuine.
But an unusual beaked dragon statue came up on the antiquities market and is now in the Genesis Park collection. A beautifully preserved beaked dinosaur mummy ( was discovered in Alberta, Canada in 2013.
(Click for an enlargement of the dragon.) Note the similarity to a baby sauropod dinosaur.Dragons form an integral part of Persian mythology and beliefs.The ceremonial undertones of this vessel lead us to believe that it was associated with Zoroastrianism.Dayak mythology tells of a time, before the creation of man, when the sea was the home of a mighty underworld dragon who opposed the gods of the sky.The artwork to the right seems to show warriors on a platform fighting crested dragon-like animals. It displays numerous characteristics of the beaked dinosaurs (like the depicted alongside for comparison): tridactyl feet configuration, metatarsal stance, scale-like representation all over the body (except for the horn which has a striated pattern), long (albeit slender) tail, elaborate head crest and a long neck.