Strata in Sussex Mary Ann Mantell
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Strata in Sussex
Three geological sections through areas of Sussex, England. Figure 1: ‘Plan of the Stratification of the South Eastern part of Sussex’. Figure 2: ‘Section from Lewes to the Black Boys’. Figure 3: ‘Section from Terrible Down to the Black Boys’, showing iron sand and limestone in the parish of Framfield. Local landmarks are indicated on each illustration.
Plate 3 from the book The fossils of the South Downs; or illustrations of the geology of Sussex, by Gideon Algernon Mantell (London, Lupton Relfe, 1822).
- Image reference: RS-13370
- ©The Royal Society
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