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The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng, on Salisbury plain / restored by Inigo Jones esquire, architect generall to the late king.

Main Author: Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652.
Related Names: Chapman, Laurence. , Pakeman, Daniel d. 1664., Flesher, James d. 1670., Van Dyck, Anthony 1599-1641., Hollar, Wenceslaus 1607-1677., Webb, John 1611-1672.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by James Flesher for Daniel Pakeman ... and Laurence Chapman ..., 1655.
Subjects: Stonehenge (England) > Early works to 1800.
Woodcuts > England > 17th century.
Etchings > England > 17th century.
Note: Errata, p. [110].
Signatures: [A]² chi1 B-P⁴. [A]2 signed A3.
Frontispiece port. of Inigo Jones etched by Wenceslas Hollar after Anthony van Dyck. Seven numbered, folded woodcut plates (plans and elevations). Three additional full-page woodcut plans on M2r, M3r, M4r.
Edited by John Webb from Inigo Jones's notes. See A4r.
Physical Description: 3 p. ℓ., 109, [3] p. (last 2 blank) : front. (port.) ill., fold. plates, fold. plans ; 28 cm. (fol. in 4s)
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