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Forest Of Dean Cone And Vessel
England

Cone and Vessel - Peter Randall-Page 1988.

Carved in stone and scaled up to a fantasy size, the patterns found on the fir cone and the acorn cup are brought to attention. Scientific patterns and cultral traces are revealed.©FDST

Copyright: Geoff mather
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Uploaded: 11/07/2009
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