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Moa

This is part of a subfossil moa metatarsal bone. It is not numbered and so is provenance is uncertain but it is very similar to the bones donated by FL...

Bowl fragment

This is a fragment of a Neolithic pottery bowl from the site of Hembury in Devon. Pottery was a new invention in the Neolithic, and enabled the people living in...

Projector for glass slides

This late 19th century double projector was designed to show glass magic lantern slides in a continuous slide show with fading technique. The original light source was by means of...

Figure

In the late 19th century, Europeans had access to early souvenirs, such as sets representing concepts of different types of people that a visitor could encounter in Indian society. The...

Magic Lantern Slide: Alderley Hydrangeas

This photographic slide shows hydrangea flowers growing in a border. The slide was part of the collection belonging to John Crabtree, but unfortunately it isn’t known what lecture topic it...

Begonias at Kew

This albumen print on photographic paper is part of a collection of 44 photographs once belonging to John Reader Jackson (1837-1920) who was a curator at the Royal Botanic Gardens,...

Handaxe

A multi-purpose stone tool used by the first people to live in Devon. We call them homo heidelbergensis and they lived in Britain during the warmer periods of the...

Urchin

Urchins from the Sladen collection....

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