Edwardian Era Cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill
Ancient and Modern. Ardent archaeologist (exploring ancient fortification). "My dear sir, we have just made a most wonderful find. This fragment of pottery which we have here unearthed, proves conclusively that these mounds must have been erected at least three thousand years before the Roman - - " Algy. "Er - thanks. We - er - rather hoped you might be diggin' out a badger!"
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