Product images of Dwelling Tent immediately under the Station peak on Riebecks Kasteel
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Dwelling Tent immediately under the Station peak on Riebecks Kasteel
Riebecks Kasteel was one of the main stations used on both Lacaille's and Maclear's surveys to find the 'arc of the Meridian'. The artist William Mann was at this time second assistant under Thomas Maclear at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) and a major part of his work was to take part in this survey.
Original size: 372 mm x 277 mm
- Image reference: PY6024
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection