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Stukeley, William, 1687-1765, Itinerarium curiosum, or, An account of the antiquities and remarkable curiositys in nature or art , MDCCXXIV 
Itinerarium curiosum, or, An account of the antiquities and remarkable curiositys in nature or art : observ'd in travels thro' Great Brittan : illustrated with copper plates : Centuria I / by William Stukeley, M.D. CML. & SRS.
- Additional Title(s):
Account of the antiquities and remarkable curiositys in nature or art
- London : Printed for the author, MDCCXXIV 
- Physical Description:
- , 198,  pages, 100 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 35 cm
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- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Full Orbis Record:
- Engravings by Elisha Kirkall; after William Stukeley.
Title printed within double border; woodcut head- and tail-pieces; initials.
English short title catalogue, T99861
British Architectural Library. Early printed books, 1478-1840, p. 2026
Upcott, W. English topography, p. xxx
Lowndes, W.T. Bibliographer's manual of English literature (1871 edition), p. 1758
With commendatory poems before p. 1.
BEIN: Bound with Perrault, Charles. A treatise of the five orders of columns in architecture. London, .
BEIN: Partly interleaved and heavily annotated in ms. by Maurice Johnson.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary gilt-stamped sheep; rebacked. Inscribed: "This book was bought by Mr. Kirkeall the Ingraver price £2:2:0 binding o: 6:0:0 and is a most Ingenious performance John Boulter." With notes, in pen and black ink, on the versos of plates 1-9, possibly in the hand of Elisha Kirkall.
"[Stukeley] regularly attended meetings of both the Society of Antiquaries and the Royal Society, where he presented papers and 'curious' objects, often antiquarian or philosophical material resulting from the annual perambulations around the English counties that he had been making since 1711. These journeys and observations resulted in his second major publication, Itinerarium curiosum ... A second volume, Centuria II, was published posthumously in London in 1776."--Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
- Subject Terms:
- Great Britain -- Antiquities -- Early works to 1800.Great Britain -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.Johnson, Maurice, 1688-1755 -- Bookplate and ms. notes.Kirkall, Elisha, 1682?-1742 -- Provenance.
- Engravings -- 1724.
- IIIF Manifest:
Making History - Antiquaries in Britain 1707-2007 (Yale Center for British Art, 2012-02-02 - 2012-05-27) [YCBA Objects in the Exhibition]
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