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Stone antiquities found at Netherby
Stone antiquities found at Netherby 'I: A Ceres II: A terminus, a female fawn III: three soldiers in pointed hooded cloaks, holding stones.'. Illustration from A tour in Scotland and voyage to the Hebrides, by Thomas Pennant (Chester, 1774). Thomas Pennant (1726Ã»1798), naturalist, traveller, and writer was the author of a number of popular travel narratives of Britain, in the eighteenth century. He first made a tour of Scotland in 1769.
Original: engraving. 1774
- Image ref: RS-9186
- The Royal Society