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Digital Media Bank ID: 77894
Original Filename: har1265_map_d01.jpg
Description: Part of Six Inch Ordnance Survey, Sussex, Sheet LXV. N.E., showing situation of prehistoric camping site. The shaded portions indicate areas on which the flint implements and cooking stones were found. Taken from a Brighton Museum & Art Gallery accessions register.

The map relates to a collection of flint implements found by Herbert Samuel Toms and his wife Christine Sophie Marie Toms on a prehistoric camping site situated on cultivated land bordering Dyke Road. They were donated to the museum in 1912 [R1265].
Categories: Timeline/ Bronze Age (c2750-750-BC), Timeline/ 1910s, Timeline/ Edwardian (1901-1910), Collections/ Archaeology, Learning Themes/ Archaeology, Timeline/ Neolithic  
Copyright & Re-use
Show more details: Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove
Licence: CC BY-SA
Caption: Map
Object or Artwork info
Subject tags:
archaeology
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Brighton
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maps; cartography; brighton
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map
   
Other Keywords: Toms
File info
Media: Image
Size: 2.32 MB; 2900 x 3685 pixels; 246 x 312 mm (print at 300 DPI); 767 x 975 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
Orientation: Portrait
Administrative info
Linked Accession no.: R1265
Date Created: 29/06/2017 14:24