Teeth and bones from Kent’s Cavern
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Title: Teeth and bones found in Kent’s Hole, near Torquay, Devon, 1824

Creator: Mary Morland (later Buckland)

Description: 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.

This image was probably produced for inclusion in William Buckland’s projected second volume of Reliquiae Diluvianae, a book about organic remains found in caves and fissures.

Date: 1825

Format: Black and white lithograph

Archive reference: LDGSL/56/1/5/1

Image reference: 03-02

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


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