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Salisbury (OSD 76)  wikidata:Q106156574 reasonator:Q106156574
[Crocker, Edmund] - Draughtsman
Salisbury (OSD 76)
Ordnance Survey Drawings: Salisbury (OSD 76)
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English: This drawing is rich in archaeological sites, among them the prehistoric monument known as Stonehenge. Situated on Salisbury Plain, it is the most celebrated megaithic monument in England. The iron-age hillfort of Old Sarum is also marked. A castle and cathedral were built on its earthworks during the 12th century, but abandoned when a new cathedral was built a mile and a half away - the foundation of the modern city of Salisbury. The red line extending from Old Sarum to Beacon Hill is the baseline for the triangulation of the area. Several other archaeological sites are marked: the iron-age hillforts at Vispasians Camp, Ogbury Camp and Clorus's Camp..

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Date 1807
date QS:P571,+1807-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium Pen and ink on paper
Dimensions Height: 490 mm (19.29 in); Width: 360 mm (14.17 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,490U174789
dimensions QS:P2049,360U174789
institution QS:P195,Q23308
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Maps OSD 76
Credit line British Library

Scale 2 inches : 1 mile (1:31680).

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