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Auroch Illustration Pin

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This cool illustration design pin draws on the Auroch which was a type of wild cattle that once lived throughout Europe, North Africa, and Asia. This is a great takeaway memento from our current exhibiton - Secrets of Stonehenge. The exhibition delves into the science, history, and mythology of Stonehenge - discover the secrets of what it meant to the people who built it, and what it means to the world today!

 

This cool illustration design pin draws on the Auroch which was a type of wild cattle that lived throughout Europe, North Africa, and Asia. They roamed and grazed in small herds across plains and in open woodland.

The Auroch (Bos primigenius) was black, stood 1.8 metres high at the shoulder, and had spreading, forward-curving horns.

The auroch, also known as urus or ure, is a now-extinct species of large wild cattle that was first described in 1827 and survived in Europe until 1627. It is believed the aurochs were around for approximately 2 million years.

A great takeaway memento from our current exhibiton - Secrets of Stonehenge.
The exhibition delves into the science, history and mythology of Stonehenge - discover the secrets of what it meant to the people who built it, and what it means to the world today.

Size: 4.4 x 2.8 cm, 1 pin on back

Size: 4.4 x 2.8 cm

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