'Turusachan....Isle of Lewis.' Henry James
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'Turusachan....Isle of Lewis.'
Landscape study of the Callinish Stones, an ancient monument stone circle on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. Two children, one carrying a long staff, appear in the foreground. Captioned below: "TURUSACHAN, CALLERNISH. OR THE PLACE OF PILGRIMAGE ON THE BLEAK HEADLAND. IN THE ISLE OF LEWIS. Zincographed at the Ordnance Survey Office Southampton. 1867. Drawn by Colonel Sir Henry James R.E.:1866. Copied in Chalk by 2nd Corporal Goodwin R.E." Unnumbered plate  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).
Original: photozincograph. 1867
- Image reference: RS-9297
- The Royal Society
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