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The Aveline Brothers at Aveline's Hole (UBSS Proceedings v.25(3))

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Boycott,A., and Wilson,L.J., 2012. The Aveline Brothers at Aveline's Hole. UBSS Proceedings, 25(3) , pp 303-312 Download PDF.

Abstract: A letter from Henry Thomas Aveline containing the earliest known sketch survey of the cave is presented in full for the first time and records the activities at the site by him and his brother, William Talbot Aveline, after whom the cave was named. The letter also provides evidence that by 1843 no human remains appear to have been visible in the entrance passage.

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