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TitleLithograph, 'Teeth found in the cave of Kent's Hole...'
Date[1827-1829]
Date NoteFrom information in Patrick Boyle PhD thesis, p390.
LevelItem
Extent1 item
FormatPhotograph/drawing/painting/print
DescriptionLithograph, 'Teeth found in the cave of Kent's Hole, near Torquay, Devon by Reverend Mr McEnery, January 1826 in diluvial Mud mix'd with Teeth and gnaw'd Bones of Rhinoceros, Elephant, Horse, Ox, Elk and Deer with Teeth & Bones of Hyaenas, Bears, Wolves, Foxes, &c', by George Scharf after Mary Buckland, [1827-1829].
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LanguageEnglish
Publication NotePublished in: MacEnery, J. 'Cavern Researches, or Discoveries of Organic Remains...', London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co, 1859.
ArchNoteDescription by John Thackray
CreatorNameBUCKLAND | Mary | née Morland | 1797-1857 | scientific illustrator and wife of William Buckland
SCHARF | George Johann | 1788-1860 | draughtsman and lithographer
SubjectCave deposits
Cave environment
Creodonta
Carnivora
TermExtinct animals
Caves
Persons
CodePersonNameDates
DS/UK/177BUCKLAND; Mary (1797-1857); née Morland; scientific illustrator and wife of William Buckland1797-1857
DS/UK/11BUCKLAND; William (1784-1856); geologist and dean of Westminster1784-1856
DS/UK/187MacENERY; John (1797-1841); Father; Roman Catholic priest and archaeologist1797-1841
DS/UK/417SCHARF; George Johann (1788-1860); draughtsman and lithographer1788-1860
Places
CodePlaceName
NA5Kent's Cavern
NA80Devon
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