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The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored, by Inigo Jones ... To which are added, the Chorea gigantum, or Stone-Heng restored to the Danes, by Doctor Charleton; and Mr. Webb’s Vindication of Stone-Heng restored, in answer to Dr. Charleton’s reflections; with observations upon the orders and rules of architecture in use among the ancient Romans. Before the whole are prefixed, certain memoirs relating to the life of Inigo Jones; with his effigies, engrav’d by Hollar; as also Dr. Charleton’s, by P. Lombart; and four new views of Stone-Heng, in its present situation: with above twenty other copper-plates, and a compleat index to the entire collection

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Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652; Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707; Webb, John, 1611-1672
The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored, by Inigo Jones ... To which are added, the Chorea gigantum, or Stone-Heng restored to the Danes, by Doctor Charleton; and Mr. Webb’s Vindication of Stone-Heng restored, in answer to Dr. Charleton’s reflections; with observations upon the orders and rules of architecture in use among the ancient Romans. Before the whole are prefixed, certain memoirs relating to the life of Inigo Jones; with his effigies, engrav’d by Hollar; as also Dr. Charleton’s, by P. Lombart; and four new views of Stone-Heng, in its present situation: with above twenty other copper-plates, and a compleat index to the entire collection
London, England: D. Browne, Jr. [etc.], 1725
6 p. l., 72 p., 1 l., [8], 48 p., 1 l., [4], 228, [13] p. front., illus., plates (partly fold.), port., diagr. 36 cm.

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Ignatii Jones

[Title page] The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored, by Inigo Jones, esq; architect general to the king. To which are added, the chorea gigantum, or, Stone-Heng restored to the Danes, by Doctor Charleton; and Mr. Webb’s vindication of Stone-Heng restored, in answer to Dr. Charleton’s reflections; with observations upon the orders and rules of architecture in use among the antient Romans. Before the whole are prefixed, certain memoirs relating to the life of Inigo Jones; with his effigies, engrav’d by Hollar; as also Dr. Charleton’s, by P. Lombart; and four new views of Stone-Heng, in its present situation: with above twenty other copper-plates, and a compleat index to the entire collection

Memoirs relating to the life and writings of Inigo Jones, esq.

[Title page] The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored, Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652

[Dedication] To the right honourable Philip

[Dedication] To the favourers of antiquity

Stone-Heng restored, pp. 1-72 ff.

[Frontispiece] In effigiem & librum Dr. Charlton

[Title page] Chorea gigantum: or, The most famous antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, standing on Salisbury-Plain, restored to the Danes, Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707

[Dedication] To the King's most excellent majesty

[Dedication] To my worthy friend, Dr. Charleton

[Dedication] To my honoured friend, Dr. Charleton

Stone-Heng restored to the Danes, pp. 1-48

[Panoramic plate] The south east prospect of Stone Henge

[Panoramic plate] The north west prospect of Stone Henge

[Panoramic plate] The south west prospect of Stone Henge

[Panoramic plate] The north prospect of Stone Henge

[Title page] A vindication of Stone-Heng restored: in which the orders and rules of architecture observed by the ancient Romans, are discussed. Together with the customs and manners of several nations of the world in matters of building of greatest antiquity. As also an historical narration of the most memorable actions of the Danes in England, Webb, John, 1611-1672

[Dedication] To the most sacred majesty of Charles II

Stone-Heng, a Roman work and temple, pp. [1]-228

The index

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