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Abury, a temple of the British Druids, with some others, described

William Stukeley

Abury, a temple of the British Druids, with some others, described

wherein is a moreparticular account of the first and patriarchal religion, and of the peopling the British islands ...

by William Stukeley

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Published by Printed for the author, and sold by W. Innys, R. Manby, B. Dod, J. Brindley in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby William Stukeley.
The Physical Object
Pagination[6],vi,102,vi p., plates :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14568260M

It is for this work that he is best remembered today, in particular for his monographs “Stonehenge, a Temple restor’d to the British Druids” () (also in the Layton Collection) and “Abury, a temple of the British Druids, with some others described” (). In Itinerarium Curiosum Stukeley also describes other less well-known. Restaurants near Druids Temple: ( mi) Vennell's Restaurant ( mi) The Crown Pub ( mi) Jervaulx Abbey Tea Rooms ( mi) Queens Head ( mi) Blue Lion; View all restaurants near Druids Temple on Tripadvisor/5().

  Stonehenge, A Temple Restor'd to the British Druids by William Stukeley "Like Lockyer's Stonehenge and Other British Stone Monuments Astronomically Considered, William Stukeley's study of Stonehenge stands out among the huge number of books on the subject. Stukeley was a pioneer preservationist. He lamented the callous treatment of the majestic Author: William Stukeley. The origins of Avebury. September ; Long, W. Abury illustrated. Abury: a temple of the British druids, with some others described. London (privately printed). A Neolithic pit on.

from Stonehenge, a temple restor’d to the British druids, by William Stukeley, If you would like to know more about the history of this romantic revival of Druidism then, apart from the online article by Ronald Hutton mentioned above, two good places to start are his book Blood and Mistletoe: The History of the Druids in Britain ( Abury. Abury, a temple of the British drujds, with some others, described. Wherein is a more particular account of the first and patriarchal religion; and of the peopling the British Islands. Volume the second. By William Stukeley, M.D. rector of all-saints in Stamford.


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Title:: Abury, A Temple of the British Druids, With Some Others, Described: Author:: Stukeley, William, Note: London: Printed for the author, Stonehenge a temple restor'd to the British Druids [ & ] Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, with Some Others Described - wherein is a more particular account of the first and patriarchal religion; and of the peopling of the British Abury (2 volumes in one).

London: Printed for W. Innys and R. Manby, & First Editions. Hardcover. Abury, a temple of the British druids, with some others, described. Volume the second. By With some others Stukeley, Paperback – J Author: William Stukeley.

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[10], 66, [3]; & [6], vi,vi, first volume with frontispiece and 35 plates (including 8 folding). Stonehenge a temple restor'd to the British Druids [ & ] Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, with Some Others Described - wherein is a more particular account of the first and patriarchal religion; and of the peopling of the British Isles (2 volumes in one).

STUKELEY, William. Abury, A Temple of the British Druids, With Some Others, Described William Stukeley Folio This was a companion to Stukeley's earlier () volume on Stonehenge.

The two were reprinted as a single volume in 40 numbered engraved plates. Abury, a temple of the British Druids, with some others, described, etc. Published:London Format: Engraving / Map Creator: William Stukeley, Elisha Kirkall Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: e(2.) Full catalogue details.

The book also includes a large scale plan of the henge. This is available via "The Shame" Shame" page. Abury, A Temple Of The British Druids, With Some Others, Described by William Stukeley Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites.

Abury, a temple of the British drujds, with some others, described. Wherein is a more particular account of the first and patriarchal religion ; and of the peopling the British Islands. Volume the second. By William Stukeley, M.D.

rector of all-saints in Stamford. William Stukeley is the author of Stonehenge, A Temple Restor'd To The British Druids ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Memoirs of 4/5(8).

This article re-examines the issue of the number of stones in the outer ring of the southern of these circles. William Stukeley in his book Abury a Temple of the British Druids with Some Others Described published in claimed that there were 30 stones in this ring.

Filed under: Druids and druidism -- Early works to Abury, A Temple of the British Druids, With Some Others, Described (London: Printed for the author, ), by William Stukeley (page images in the UK) Stonehenge, A Temple Restor'd to the British Druids (), by William Stukeley (HTML with commentary at ).

A scenographic view of the Druid temple of ABURY in north Wiltshire, as in its original, engraving from William Stukeley, Abury, A Temple of the British Druids and Some Others Described, (Image: Wiltshire Museum Devizes; Heather Ault)Author: Lucia Marchini.

Of the Temples of the Druids in Britain, their religious rites, orders, sacrifices, groves, tombs, their cursus’s, places of sports and exercises, &c.

particularly an ample and accurate description of that stupendous temple of theirs at Abury in North Wiltshire, the most august work at this day upon the globe of the earth; with many prints of.

“DRUIDISM WAS TO HIM ‘THE ABORIGINAL PATRIARCHAL RELIGION”: FIRST EDITIONS OF STUKELEY’S ILLUSTRATED STONEHENGE AND ABURY, WITH 75 LARGE ENGRAVED PLATES. STUKELEY, William. Stonehenge, A Temple Restor’d to the British Druids. London: W. Innys and R.

Manby, ISSUED WITH: Abury, A Temple of the British Druids. William Stukeley in “Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, with Some Others Described”, writes: “At Winterburn-basset, a little north of Abury, in a field north-west of the church, upon elevated ground, is a double circle of stones concentric, 60 cubits diameter.

Many of the stones have late been carried away. The British Druid Order (BDO) is an international druid order, founded in as a religious and educational organisation.

Its constitution defines it as a not-for-profit unincorporated association. It is commonly regarded as being one of the first, if not the first, explicitly neo-pagan Druid Orders. The order draws on medieval Welsh texts such as the Mabinogion and other early British.

William Stukeley: Stonehenge, a Temple Restored to the British Druids (); and Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, with Some Others, Described. Volume the Second (). The two volumes together constitute the popular but unscholarly work on Druidism of which Gray wrote so scathingly2 (Letters, ed.

Tovey, II, ).William Stukeley was powerless to stop the destruction of so many stones that had once formed the proud Avebury Henge but in his studies at Avebury came to fruition with the publication of his, Abury, A Temple of the British Druids, With Some Others Described.* Stukeley may be forgiven for thinking that there was a connection between.

William Stukeley: Science, Religion and Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century England, by. A Temple Restored to the British Druids (); and Abury: A Temple of the British Druids, with Some Others, Described (). Neil Mortimer's Author: Stephen D. Snobelen.