A Plan of Choir Gaure, vulgarly called Stonehenge, by John Wood, 1747

 
A Plan of Choir Gaure, vulgarly called Stonehenge, by John Wood, 1747
4 0 c m
 
32cm
actual image size: 24cm x 32cm

Description

With all the lines and figures that were formed for attaining it. From the wonderfully named - Choir Gaure, Vulgarly called Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain. Described, Restored, and Explained in a letter to The Right Honourable Edward, Late Earl of Oxford, and Earl Mortimer. By John Wood, Architect. Printed at the Theatre in the year 1747 and sold by C Hitch in Paternoster Row; and S Birt in Ave Mary Lane, London; by J Leake in Bath and by B Collins in Salisbury.

Image Details

Image Reference
 
50544
Collection Reference
 
LS W936.2 WOO
Original Width (mm)
 
250
Original Height (mm)
 
320
Collection Location
 
Bath Central Library

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