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    Image number: RS.9298
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    “Cromlech...County Down.”

    Henry James (1803 - 1877, British) , Knight Director General of the Ordnance Survey, Surveyor
    Object type
    height (print): 252mm
    width (print): 353mm
    Content object
    Landscape study of the Legananny Dolmen, an ancient stone monument with three standing stones and one capstone, near Castlewellan, Northern Ireland. Two children are shown, one sitting on the capstone, the other looking upward at him and standing beside a bucket and staff.

    Captioned below: “CROMLECH FIVE MILES NORTH WEST OF CASTLEWELLAN, IN THE COUNTY OF DOWN. Zincographed at the ORDNANCE SURVEY OFFICE SOUTHAMPTON. 1867. Sketched by Col. Sir H. James R.E. F.R.S. 18th May 1833. Drawn on Zinc by 2nd Corpl. W. Goodwin R.E.”

    Unnumbered plate [17] from Plans and photographs of Stonehenge, and of Turusachan in the Isle of Lewes; with notes relating to the druids and sketches of cromlechs in Ireland, by Colonel Sir Henry James. (Southampton, Ordnance Survey, 1867).
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