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Books Books 11 - 12 of 12 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
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Life in early Britain: being an account of the early inhabitants of this ...

Sir Bertram Coghill Alan Windle - Great Britain - 1897 - 244 pages
...each 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...tool, ready for the next day's work; meanwhile the root had fallen in and the picks had never been recovered. "I learnt from the workmen that it would...
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The Archaeological Journal, Volume 46

Archaeology - 1889
...they had been left so many centuries ago." The day's work over, the men had laid down each his pick ready for the next day's work ; meanwhile the roof had fallen in, and they were not removed until thus unearthed by the explorers of the nineteenth century. Beyond this...
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