Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 11 on ... extending beyond the chalk face of the end of the gallery. In front of two of....  
" ... extending beyond the chalk face of the end of the gallery. In front of two of these hollows were laid two picks, the handle of each towards the mouth of the gallery, the tines pointing towards each other, showing, in all probability, that they had... "
Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk - Page 363
1872
Full view - About this book

Norfolk Archaeology

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...up the whole width of it to the roof. On removing this, and when the end came in view, it was seen that the flint had been worked out in three places,...that direction, the chalk at the point being broken up by cracks so as to prevent the roof from standing firm. It was a most impressive sight, and one...
Full view - About this book

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Volume 8

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland - Scotland - 1871
...other, showing, in all probability, that they had been used respectively by a right and left handed man. The day's work over, the men had laid down each...; meanwhile the roof had fallen in, and the picks hud never been recovered. It was a most impressive sight, and one never to be forgotten, to look, after...
Full view - About this book

Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...in view, it was seen that the flint had been worked out in throe places, at the end, forming throe hollows extending beyond the chalk face of the end...recovered. I learnt from the workmen that it would not havo been safe to excavate further in that direction, the chalk at the point being broken up by cracks...
Full view - About this book

The Canadian Journal of Science, Literature and History, Volume 13

1873
...showing, in all probability, that they had been used respectively by a right and a lefthanded rnan. The day's work over, the men had laid down each his...the next day's work ; meanwhile the roof had fallen ia, and the picks had never been recovered." The picks thus made from the antlers of the red deer were...
Full view - About this book

The Canadian Journal of Science, Literature and History, Volume 13

1873
...used respectively by a right and a lefthanded man. The day's work over, the men had laid down each hia tool, ready for the next day's work ; meanwhile the...fallen in, and the picks had never been recovered." The picks thus made from the antlers of the red deer were constructed simply by detaching the horn...
Full view - About this book

Abstracts of Papers Read Before the Society: Together with the Annual Report

Brighton and Hove Natural History and Philosophical Society, Brighton - Science - 1874
...respectively by a right and a left handed man. The day's work over, the men had laid down each hia tool ready for the next day's work ; meanwhile the...that direction, the chalk at the point being broken up by cracks so as to prevent the roof from standing firm. It was a most impressive sight, and one...
Full view - About this book

Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

William Boyd Dawkins - Europe - 1880 - 537 pages
...other, showing, in all probability, that they had been used respectively by a right and a left handed man. The day's work over, the men had laid down each...workmen that it would not have been safe to excavate farther in that direction, the chalk at the point being broken up by the time of James the Second,...
Full view - About this book

Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

William Boyd Dawkins - Europe - 1880 - 537 pages
...other, showing, in all probability, that they had been used respectively by a right and a left handed man. The day's work over, the men had laid down each...workmen that it would not have been safe to excavate farther in that direction, the chalk at the point being broken up by the time of James the Second,...
Full view - About this book

Geology of the Counties of England and of North and South Wales

William Jerome Harrison - Geology - 1882 - 346 pages
...central mats of flint, from which no more flakes can be strnck, is ialled the core. of the chalk. " The day's work over, the men had laid down each his...fallen in, and the picks had never been recovered. ... It was a most impressive sight, and one never to be forgotten, to look, after a lapse, it may be,...
Full view - About this book

The Right Hand: Left-handedness

Sir Daniel Wilson - Left- and right-handedness - 1891 - 215 pages
...respectively by a right and a left-handed man. The day's work over, the men had laid down their tools, ready for the next day's work ; meanwhile the roof had fallen in, and the picks were left there undisturbed through all the intervening centuries, till the reopening of the gallery...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF