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Stukeley Illustrated - The Rediscovery of Britain's Ancient Sites

William Stukeley was the first man to chronicle the greatest prehistoric stone circles in the world, Stonehenge and Avebury.

One of the 18th century's most remarkable characters, he was friend and colleague to some of the most gifted men of his time, including Sir Isaac Newton. Stukeley's work laid the foundations for the modern study of prehistoric monuments, influenced the Druidic Revival and inspired some of William Blake's most celebrated paintings.

For the first time, this heavily illustrated book brings together over 100 of the best engravings from his most brilliant books, Stonehenge: A Temple Restor'd to the British Druids, Abury: A Temple of the British Druids and Itinerarium Curiosum... ----

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