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1 I must add that the Norwich representatives of the Electricity Board extended facilities for utilizing their pylon for photographs and generally showed a keen interest in what was going on. No doubt, if representations had been made from the right quarter, the Electricity Board would have planted its pylon elsewhere.
2 These were caused by the outflow from a modern drain.
3 Whether this was really done by the finger-nail or by an implement giving a similar impression I should hardly like to say.
4Antiquaries Journal, 1934, p. 119, fig. 57.
1 But it should be said in fairness to Lamprey, the supposed author, that he himself recognized the thinness of the White Horse standard tradition. The ‘Standard Field’ of Stukeley, Itinerarium Curiosum, 2nd edition, 11, plate XXXIII, has obviously no connexion with it.
2 It seems possible that the name may have been suggested by a hypothetical earlier name ‘hoar stone’, but I know of no specific evidence for such a name here. O.G.S.C.
* See ANTIQUITY, March 1935, pp. 38–56, 8 plates.
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