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Some day I expect to see the kopje one big basin where once there was a large hill (B. Williams, 1926, 27– 28). On the surface, Rhodes’s vision of the place as so much Stilton cheese seems a relic of his middle-class, English background. Yet from a geological perspective Rhodes’s metaphor was essentially correct. Thanks in large part to Rhodes’s own efforts, Colesberg Kopje did turn into a basin, one of the largest dug holes on Earth (see fig. 1). Typically early biographers portrayed him as a visionary.
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