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The last time anyone heard a sound from the conch shell trumpet, thick sheets of ice still covered most of Europe.
Discoverers of the conch shell at the cave’s entrance in 1931 thought it had been used as a shared drinking container.
While it’s not known how ancient people used the shell horn, conch shells in historical and modern cultures have served as musical instruments, calling or signaling devices and sacred or magical objects, researchers say.
Non vincant heder bracchia flexiles, Conch non superent oscula dulcia, Emanet pariter sudor et ossibus Grato murmure ab intimis.
Neptune blew upon his conch-shell, and the angry waves returned again to the sea.
Triton was his father's trumpeter, and at Neptune's command he blew upon his conch-shell to calm the restless sea.
Within this niche a marble Triton poured through his conch-shell a continuous stream.
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From the roof of the Saka-gompa with a statue of Padma Sambhava the single lama of the monastery blows his conch.
The directions we got from conch fishermen and others led us to assume that it would be an easy matter to find crabs.
One old conch fisherman who had been around the Keys for forty years had never seen such a fish.

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