Catalog Record: Cave hunting, researches on the evidence of caves respecting the early inhabitants of Europe | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Cave hunting, researches on the evidence of caves respecting the early inhabitants of Europe, by W. Boyd Dawkins ... Illustrated by coloured plate and woodcuts.

Main Author: Dawkins, William Boyd, 1838-1929.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Macmillan and Co., 1874.
Subjects: Caves.
Prehistoric peoples > Europe.
Europe > Antiquities.
Note: "The evidence which is offered by the animals as to the geography and climate of Europe, which I have published from time to time in the works of the Palæontographical Society, the Geological Journal, and in the Popular science, British quarterly, and Edinburgh reviews, is collected together in this work ..."--Pref.
Physical Description: xxiv, 455 p. col. front., illus. (incl. maps, plans, diagr.) 23 cm.
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