Illustrations of the Log Canoes discovered in the bog which forms the bank of the old River
Illustrations of the Log Canoes discovered in the bog which forms the bank of the old River, at the junction of the Nen, at Horsey, near Peterborough. Fig. 1. A Horizontal View. 2. A Side View of the same. 3, is part of a similar Canoe composed of two Logs. 4, is a transverse section of the line A. B. Fig. 1. 5, is a ditto of the line C. D. Fig. 1. 6, is a ditto of the line E. F. Fig. 1. A Canoe of this description was found at Anglebridge in 1818, by a man cutting a dyke; there is also one of the same description, but more modern, in the British Museum, that was brought from the Sandwich Islands by Captain Cook.
The Durobrivae of Antonius identified and illustrated in a series of plates