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On the upper register Turner has made a rough and swiftly wrought jotting of figures: a seated woman and a couple of soldiers in uniform. Below is a diminutive view of Dinant, labelled as such with the inscription ‘Din’. At the lowermost register Turner has depicted Huy taken from a northerly axis, according to Cecilia Powell.1
Powell 1991, Appendix, p.215.
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