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14:16, 6 May 2020 Piltdown 006.jpg (file) 108 KB A NERC Reproduction of an Ordnance Survey of England and Wales map. Old Series one-inch to the mile Geological Survey map covering East Sussex, sheet 5, 1893 edition. The location of Piltdown is shown in the inset map. 1
14:34, 6 May 2020 Piltdown 004.jpg (file) 88 KB Java Man from Sangiran, Java. © Natural History Museum (Image: 045086) 1
14:43, 6 May 2020 Piltdown 005.jpg (file) 55 KB Heidelberg Man (Homo heidelbergensis): from Broken Hill Mine, Kabwe, Zambia.© Natural History Museum (Image: 045086) 1
16:08, 6 May 2020 Piltdown 007.png (file) 722 KB The letter that Charles Dawson wrote to Smith Woodward announcing the discovery of Piltdown; 14 February 1912. Highlighted is the sentence ‘I think portion of a human (?) skull which will rival H. heidelbergensis in solidity’ © Natural History Museum (DF PAL/100/53/220) 1
07:48, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 051.jpg (file) 53 KB A pub in Piltdown used to be called the ‘Piltdown Man’ © David Bate 1
07:54, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 052.jpg (file) 52 KB (Left to right) Ensemble members Alan Wilder and Kate Arrington with Larry Yando in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s production of Fake written and directed by ensemble member Eric Simonson. (Photo by Michael Brosilow. Ref: Fake-2. Used courtesy of Steppenwolf Theatre Company) 1
08:00, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 053.jpg (file) 24 KB The vineyard at Barkham Manor produced bottles of ‘Piltdown Man Wine’. © David Bate 1
08:29, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 028.jpg (file) 66 KB The Piltdown Skull Site taken at its peak on 16 April 1952, just prior to its declaration as a National Nature Reserve (NNR). © Natural England 1
08:38, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 008.png (file) 188 KB Piltdown skull fragments. © Natural History Museum (Image: 039919) 1
08:45, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 009.jpg (file) 65 KB Piltdown lower jaw. © Natural History Museum (Image:039920) 1
08:48, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 010.png (file) 64 KB The earliest man? © BGS/NERC 1
08:52, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 011.jpg (file) 29 KB ‘Minutes of Ordinary Meetings’ book showing the attendees of the 18 December 1912 meeting (GSL/OM/1/15).© The Geological Society 1
09:01, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 012.jpg (file) 57 KB 1912 Piltdown skull first restoration. © Natural History Museum 1
12:34, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 013.jpg (file) 49 KB Piltdown skull reconstructions by Arthur Smith Woodward (left) and Arthur Keith (right). ©Natural History Museum (Image: 002800) 1
12:37, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 014.jpg (file) 51 KB The canine tooth with the jaw. © Natural History Museum (Image: 040463) 1
12:41, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 015.jpg (file) 112 KB Part of gravel-capped plateau at Crink Hill, just north of Barcombe Mills Station © BGS/NERC (Image: P202894) 1
12:45, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 016.jpg (file) 41 KB ‘Bone implement from Piltdown’.© Natural History Museum (Image: 040443) 1
12:49, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 017.jpg (file) 100 KB ‘Bone implement from Piltdown’.© BGS/NERC (Reproduced from Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London) 1
13:12, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 019.jpg (file) 66 KB Piltdown I jaw and molar teeth with Piltdown II molar tooth. © Natural History Museum (Image: 040480) 1
13:17, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 018.jpg (file) 401 KB Charles Dawson (left) and Arthur Smith Woodward (middle) sifting gravel at Barkham Manor in the summerof 1913; Venus Hargreaves (right) was employed as labourer © Natural History: Journal of the American Museum, Nov-Dec 1921 1
13:21, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 020.jpg (file) 5 KB Charles Dawson, Public domain 1
13:25, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 021.png (file) 223 KB Cranial reconstruction of Piltdown I and II.© Natural History Museum (Image: 002431) 1
13:31, 7 May 2020 Piltdown 022.jpg (file) 17 KB   1
08:42, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 023.jpg (file) 87 KB Peking man reconstruction. © Natural History Museum (Image: 001980) 1
08:46, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 024.jpg (file) 19 KB Telegram from Alvan T. Marston to Henry Dewey informing him of the discovery of a skull fragment at Swanscombe, Kent, 1935 — ‘Swanscombe man’. BGS/NERC (P827762) 1
08:48, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 025.png (file) 220 KB Piltdown geological map. © BGS/NERC Edmunds' 1955 1
08:53, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 026.jpg (file) 75 KB Piltdown monument © David Bate 1
09:00, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 027.jpg (file) 58 KB Dr Kenneth Oakley (left) and L. E. Parsons discussing sampling of the Piltdown jaw for fluorine analysis in 1949.© Natural History Museum(Image: 039914) 1
09:10, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 029.jpg (file) 53 KB Joseph S. Weiner, Professor of Physical Anthropology at Oxford University.© Natural History Museum (Image: 040284) 1
09:11, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 030.jpg (file) 90 KB Scanning electron microscope view of molar surface showing scratch marks. © Natural History Museum (Image: 039913) 1
09:13, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 031.jpg (file) 42 KB Piltdown_031 Reconstruction of Piltdown Man by Maurice Wilson for the Exhibition of Britain 1950. © Natural History Museum (Image: 012680) 1
09:14, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 032.jpg (file) 147 KB The solution of the Piltdown Problem, Weiner et al., 1953. © BGS/NERC reproduction. 1
09:15, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 033.jpg (file) 71 KB A full presentation of the scientific results was made at a meeting of the Geological Society on 30 June 1954. © Natural History Museum (Image: 006967) 1
09:16, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 034.jpg (file) 43 KB Piltdown Hippopotamus tooth. © Natural History Museum (Image: 040459) 1
09:17, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 035.jpg (file) 58 KB A reproduction of the ‘cricket bat sketches’ by Dawson and Smith Woodward.© Natural History Museum (Image: 006665) 1
09:18, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 036.jpg (file) 127 KB Further contributions to the solution of the Piltdown problem, Weiner et al., 1953. © BGS/NERC reproduction. 1
09:19, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 037.jpg (file) 58 KB Discussion on the Piltdown skull, a painting by John Cooke, 1915. Back row, left to right: Frank Barlow, Prof. Grafton Elliot Smith, Charles Dawson, and Dr Arthur Smith Woodward; front row: Dr A. S. Underwood, Prof. Arthur Keith, William Pycraft, and Sir Ray Lankester. © The Geological Society (GSL/POR/19) 1
11:29, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 038.jpg (file) 36 KB Charles Dawson © The Geological Society (GSL/POR/49/17-01) 1
11:30, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 039.jpg (file) 22 KB Teilhard de Chardin at lunch with colleagues at the Natural History Museum in 1935. © Natural History Museum (Image: 046939) 1
11:30, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 040.jpg (file) 642 KB Charles Dawson (left) and Arthur Smith Woodward (middle) sifting gravel at Barkham Manor in the summer of 1913; Venus Hargreaves (right) was employed as labourer © Natural History: Journal of the American Museum, Nov-Dec 1921 1
11:31, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 041.jpg (file) 16 KB Portrait of William Johnson Sollas. Black and white photograph by Hills & Saunders, 1915. ©Geological Society GSL/POR/57/34 1
11:32, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 042.jpg (file) 75 KB Martin Alister Campbell Hinton. © Natural History Museum (Image: 011984) 1
11:34, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 043.jpg (file) 35 KB Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Public domain 1
11:36, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 044.jpg (file) 110 KB An encounter with an ape-man, from Conan Doyle’s The Lost World (1912, American edition) 1
11:37, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 045.jpg (file) 156 KB Lewis Abbott. © The Geological Society (GSL/POR/43/3-1) 1
11:38, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 046.jpg (file) 85 KB Frank Oswell Barlow. © Natural History Museum (Image: 051924) 1
11:39, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 047.jpg (file) 60 KB Arthur Keith. © Natural History Museum (Image: 039907) 1
11:40, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 048.jpg (file) 87 KB Chipper at Piltdown. © Natural History Museum (Image: 004873) 1
11:42, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 049.png (file) 155 KB Arthur Smith Woodward. © BGS/NERC (Image: P537725) 1
11:43, 11 May 2020 Piltdown 050.jpg (file) 41 KB Charles Panzetta Chatwin. © BGS/NERC (Image: P858237) 1
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