FIGURE 1. 1.1: Alte Aula, Tübingen, 1.2: Geological Institute around 1903, 1.3: Geological Institute around 2001, Figure 1.4: Medieval waterfront of Tübingen.

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FIGURE 2. 2.1: Book page from Quenstedt’s "Der Schwäbische Jura“ (von Quenstedt, 1858) 2.2: Table from "Handbuch der Petrefaktenkunde“ (von Quenstedt, 1867), 2.3: Mounted skeleton of Stahleckeria potens in the old therapsid room, 2.4: Collection magazine, 2.5: Stratigraphic hall.

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FIGURE 3. 3.1: Friedrich August Quenstedt, 3.2: Wilhelm Branco, 3.3: Ernst Koken, 3.4: Josef Pompeckj.

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FIGURE 4. 4.1: Edwin Hennig, 4.2: Friedrich von Huene, 4.3: Georg Wagner, 4.4: Otto Schindewolf.

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FIGURE 5. 5.1: Alfred Eisenack, 5.2: Adolf Seilacher, 5.3: Hans Gocht, 5.4: Wolf-Ernst Reif.

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