Title: Immense catafalque et triste tombeau, d’une partie des braves habitans de la vallée d’Arth (‘Huge catafalque and sad tomb of some of the brave inhabitants of the Arth valley’)

Creator: A Giradet

Description: The print shows the aftermath of the landslide from the mountain of Rossberg [now known as Wildspitz], Switzerland, which destroyed the village of Goldau, killing nearly 500 people on 2 September 1806.

The image was presented to the Geological Society by Walter Calverley Trevelyan.

Date: [c.1806]

Format: Engraving

Archive reference: LDGSL/519

Image reference: 02-05

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


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