Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity

Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1805 edition. Excerpt: ...Pewe," in consideration of Idolatry done unto the same by the common people, in 1545, XVIII, 127. IF1-1N's Woon, near Canterbury, an account of the opening of an ancient British Barrow there, with figures, XXX, 57-61. Irs, near Caen, in France, its font, with a figure, XXV, 165. IKENILD or IKENING STREET, its course, XXIII, 12, note, 368. derivation of its name, XXVII, 97. ILc1IEsTER, Co. of Somerset, coins of William the Conqueror, minted there, XXVI, 10, 17. ILLINGWORTH, WILLIAM, his Copy of an Original Minute of Council, for Preparations for the Ceremonial of the Funeral of Queen CATHERINE, the divorced Wife of King HENRY VIII, XVI, 22-28. his Copy of a I/ibel against Archbishop NEVILLE, temp. Rich. II., ---and of the Draft of an Indenture of Covenant, for the erecting of a Monument to King ILLINGWORTH, WILLIAM, HENRY VIII. and his Queen, byPETEn. TORRIGIANO, . XVI, 80-88. ILLYRIUS Brrucus, XXVII, 214. IMAGINATOB, ALEXANDER le, 12. AmmoToN, ALEXANDER de. INDIA, East, account of some Coins, found in certain Tumuli in the Southern District of the Peninsula thereof, with three figures, . XXI, 1-4. the trade from thence, by way of the Red Sea, particularly flourishing in the Fifteenth century, XXI, 365, note. INFEELE, funeral Sacrifices, so called, XXV, 18. INeEN1oUsLr, formerly very generally used for ingenuously, XXVII, 351, note. INGHAM, Sir OLIVER de, his monument, in Ingham Church, XXIII, 8. INGHIRAMI, Chevalier, his system, respecting the Etruscan vases, XXIII, 275. INGRAM, JAMES, D.D., PREsIDENT of TRINITY C0LLEoE, Oxronn, his account of Palimpsest Brasses at Berkhampstead, at Cuxton, and at St. Peter's in the East, Oxford, . XXX, 124. INGUAR, the Dane, King of Northumberland, in 867-, XXV, 287. INeULPnUs, a partial...show more

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  • Paperback | 450 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 23mm | 798g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236927826
  • 9781236927828