|Title||Painting, fossilised hyena jaw by Mary Morland|
|Description||Plate 18, figure 2 showing an outside view of the right lower jaw of a hyaena [hyena] discovered at Kirkdale Cave, Yorkshire [England]. The work is inscribed with publication and plate details. Signed in pencil below 'Mary Morland. 1822.' Royal Society stamp verso. Watermarked 'J Whatman 1814'. The manuscript for this paper is wanting.|
Published in Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'Account of an assemblage of fossil teeth and bones of elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, bear, tiger, and hyæna, and sixteen other animals; discovered in a cave at Kirkdale, Yorkshire, in the year 1821: with a comparative view of five similar caverns in various parts of England, and others on the continent' by William Buckland.
Read to the Royal Society on 21 February 1822.
|Physical description||Ink wash on paper|
|Digital images||View item on Science in the Making|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rspl.1815.0178|
|URL description||Digital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA8154||Buckland; William (1784 - 1856); Dean of Westminster and geologist||1784 - 1856|