[pdf - Prehistory & History to 1800]

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Although man had occupied KENT'S CAVERN over the centuries, from Neolithic man to the people of Roman-Britain, it had a long and complicated geological history, involving water seepage, roof collapse and stream transport, before his arrival on the planet.


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Technical Information (Metadata)
Technical Information (Metadata)
Title Value
Item  
Identifier ref 1467
Coverage Devon. Torquay
Creator Pike, John
Format pdf file
Publisher Torbay Library Services
Rights John Pike
Source Torbay Library Services
Subject Kents Cavern. Explorers
Type Text
Keywords stalagmites stalactites geology roman neolithic mcenery pengelly darwin palk