Palaeographia Britannica: or, discourses on antiquities in Britain

Nos. 2-3. by William Stukeley

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No. 3 published in London by C. Corbet.

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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances Author: William Stukeley. Palaeographia Britannica: or, Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Numbers 1 and 2. (With) An Answer to, or Remarks upon Dr.

Stukeley's Origines Roystonianae by Stukeley, William & Parkin, Charles: Condition: See description. Palaeographia Britannica: or Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Number 2 or a A Defence of Lady Roisia De Vere Foundress of Roiston Aganst the Calumny of Mr Parkin Rector of Oxburgh by STUKELEY William.

Palaeographia Britannica, or, Discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain, number III: Oriuna wife of Carausius, Emperor of Britain, addressed to Dr. Mead by William Stukeley, M.D.

Recor of St. Geaorge's, Queens-Square, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies. Get this from a library. Palæographia britannica: or Discourses on antiquities in Britain.: In which is given a particular account of Lady Roisia (foundress of Royston,) and her family: with a description of her cave there, discovered in By Dr.

Stukeley. [William Stukeley]. Palæographia Britannica: or, discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain: Number III. Oriuna wife of Carausius, Emperor of Britain. By William Stukeley. Palaeographia Sacra, Or Discourses on Monuments of Antiquity that Relate to Sacred History, No.

Or Heroologia Sacra Patriarchalis. An Attempt to Retrieve the Heroical Pictures of the Patriarchs, and Eminent Persons in Antiquity, Mention'd in the Holy Scriptures, Or Relating Thereto; Or to the Brittish History: From Antient Paintings, sculptures, intaglia's, and Other Antient Monuments.' [Wellcome MS.

Palæographia Britannica: or, discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain. Number III Published:London, Stamford, Lincolnshire Format: Book / Engraving Creator: William Stukeley Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: G(1.) Full catalogue.

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11– William Stukeley FRS FSA (7 November – 3 March ) was an English antiquarian, physician, and Anglican clergyman. A significant influence on the later development of archaeology, he pioneered the scholarly investigation of the prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in mcgivesback.com mater: Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.

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Oriuna wife of Carausius, Emperor of Britain. Addressed to Dr. Mead. By William Stukeley, M.D. Rector of St. George's, Queens-Square, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies. Get this from a library. Palæographia Britannica: or, discourses on antiquities in Britain.: Number I.

Origines Roystonianæ, or, an account of the oratory of Lady Roisia Foundress of Royston, discovered at Royston, in august By William Stukeley, Rector of All-Saints in Stamford. [William Stukeley]. To Which is Prefix'd a Discourse Concerning Some Antiquities Lately Found in York-Shire, 9 vol was a renowned London dealer in ethnographic art and antiquities.

Other books from his library were offered in these rooms on 21 March (WILLIAM) Palaeographia Britannica: Or, Discourses on Antiquities in Britain. Number I. 年にハートフォードシャー、ロイストンのロイストンケーブを訪れ、1年後に"Palaeographia Britannica or discourses on Antiquities in Britain" の第1巻Origines Roystonianae, or an account of the Oratory of lady Roisia, Foundress of Royston discovered in Royston in August を出版した。死没: 年3月3日(77歳).

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Parkin, rector of. Stukeley also investigated Royston Cave when it was first discovered by accident in ; and subsequently his findings were published as ‘Palaeographia Britannica, Antiquities in Britain mcgivesback.com, Origines Roystonianae’.

As part of the research into this series, we discovered that there may be a second previously unknown cave close to the first.

Following a response by the Reverend Charles Parkin he penned the sequel: Palaeographia Britannica or discourses on Antiquities in Britain mcgivesback.com, or defense of Lady de Vere, Foundress of Roiston, against the Calumny of Mr.

Parkin, rector of Oxburgh wherein his pretended answer is fully refuted: the former opinion further confirm'd and illustrated. In he visited the Royston Cave at Royston, Hertfordshire and a year later he published his "Palaeographia Britannica or discourses on Antiquities in Britain no.I, Origines Roystonianae, or an account of the Oratory of lady Roisia, Foundress of Royston discovered in Royston in August ".

In he visited the Royston Cave at Royston, Hertfordshire and a year later he published his Palaeographia Britannica or discourses on Antiquities in Britain no.I, Origines Roystonianae, or an account of the Oratory of lady Roisia, Foundress of Royston discovered in Royston in August Following a response by the Reverend Charles Parkin he penned the sequel: Palaeographia Britannica Born: 7 NovemberHolbeach, Lincolnshire.

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William Stukeley (7 November – 3 March ) was an English antiquarian, physician, and Anglican clergyman. A significant influence on the later development of archaeology, he pioneered the scholarly investigation of the prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in mcgivesback.com published over twenty books on archaeology and other subjects during his lifetime.The Royston Cave is a remarkable man-made feature without parallel, in structural terms, either in England or in Western Europe.

Despite intensive study, the reasons for the construction or elaboration of the chamber in the medieval period remain open to debate, although the choice of a subterranean location and the difficulty of access clearly.Royston Cave is a Scheduled Monument in Royston, Hertfordshire, England.

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