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Bertram, Charles, 1723-1765, The description of Britain,, M.DCCC.IX 
The description of Britain, translated from Richard of Cirencester: with the original treatise De Situ Britanniae; and a commentary on the itinerary; illustrated with maps.
- London: Printed for J. White & Co. by Richard Taylor and Co., M.DCCC.IX .
- Physical Description:
- xxiii, 166, 127,  p.,  leaves of plates (some folded) : facsimile, maps ; 23 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- "De situ Britanniae," by Charles Bertram, was a forgery claimed by him to have been copied from a manuscript written by Richard of Cirencester.
Translated by Henry Hatcher. The commentary is by Thomas Leman. - Brit. Museum Catalogue.
Plates engraved by C. Bertranus and Neele.
- Subject Terms:
- Engraving -- Specimens -- 1809.Etching -- Specimens -- 1809.Great Britain -- Antiquities.Hatcher, Henry, 1777-1846.Leman, Thomas, 1751-1826.Richard, of Cirencester, active 14th century.Taylor, Richard and Co. -- Printer.White, (J.) and Co. -- Publisher.
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