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At the top left, separated by vertical and horizontal strokes, appears a smaller landscape which appears to feature a terraced hill or large earthwork. The profile suggests Old Sarum, which Turner would seen just to the west when travelling south between Stonehenge (see folios 214 verso, 215 recto and verso and 216 recto; D08749–D08752; Turner Bequest CXXIII 211a, 212, 212a, 213) and Salisbury in the final stages of his West Country tour. He wrote about the site in his extended topographical poem in this sketchbook (see folio 33 verso; D08424) and had recorded the view of Salisbury Cathedral from the hill in the Isle of Wight sketchbook in 1795 (Tate D00421; Turner Bequest XXIV 14b). Eric Shanes has discussed the links between Turner’s subsequent treatments of Stonehenge and Old Sarum.1
See Eric Shanes, Turner’s England 1810–38, London 1990, p.187.