Title: A view of the interior of Kents Cave near the entrance taken from the excavation

Creator: John Marten

Description: Drawing of the inside of Kent’s Cavern. Figures with lights held aloft are visible in the background, while in the foreground rest tools presumably used in the excavation to which the title refers.

Kent’s Cavern (known as Kent’s Hole until 1903) is a cave system in Torquay, famous for the geological and archaeological finds that have occurred there. The archaeological evidence shows that animals and people have been entering the cave for hundreds of thousands of years.

Date: [1825-1826]

Format: Pencil drawing

Archive reference: LDGSL/400/22

Image reference: 05-30

Recommended print size: Up to 16 x 12 inches (40 x 30cm)


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