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Stuckeley, William
Stukeley, W.
Stukeley, William
Stukeley, William (English antiquary and archaeologist, 1687-1765)
Stukley, William
William Stukeley
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1687-1765
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Bertram, Charles (1723-1765)
Burl, Aubrey
Corbett, Charles (173.?-1808)
Ellis, A.I.
Innys, William (Londen)
Lukis, William Collings
Manby, Richard (Londen)
Mortimer, Neil
Piggott, Stuart (1910-1996)
White, A. Hastings
Titles: 
Abury, a temple of the British druids
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
account of a large silver plate or antique basso relievo, Roman workmanship, found in Derbyshire, 1729, An
Account of a Roman temple, and other antiquities, near Graham's Dike in Scotland, An
account of Richard of Cirencester, monk of Westminster, and of hi*. -, An
account of Richard of Cirencester, monk of Westminster, and of his works, An : with his antient maps of Roman Britain, and the itinerary thereof
comment on an Ode of Horace shewing the Bacchus of the Heathen to be the Jehovah of the Jews
Commentarys, Diary, & Common-Place Book of William Stukeley & Selected Letters, The
Discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain
family memoirs of the Rev. William Stukeley, M. D., and the antiquarian and other correspondence of William Stukeley, Roger & Samuel Gale, etc., The
family memoirs of Will. Stukeley and the antiquarian and other correspondance of Will. Stukeley ... [et al.], The ; [ed. by W.C. Lukis]
Itinerarium curiosum: or, An account of the antiquities, and remarkable curiosities in nature or art, observed in travels through Great Britain.
letter to H. Sloan about the cure of gout by oils externally apply'd, A
letter to Sir Hans Sloan, Bart. President of the College of Physicians, London, and of the Royal Society; about the cure of the gout, by oils externally apply'd. From W. Stukeley, A
medallic history of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius emperor i*, The
medallic history of Marcvs Avrelivs Valerivs Caravsivs, Emperor in Brittain ... By William Stukeley ..., The
Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's life
Observations on the sanctuary at Westminster; by Dr. Stukeley. Read at the Society of Antiquaries, Oct. 30, 1755. ...
Of the gout; in two parts. First, a letter to Sir Hans Sloan, baronet, about the cure of the gout. By Oyls externally apply'd; read before the Royal Society, February the 1st, 1733. Secondly, a treatise of the cause and cure of the gout. By William Stukley, M.D. fellow of the College of Physicians, London, S.R.S. and rector of All-Saints, Stamford. To which is added, Doctor John Rogers's account of himself, and his excellent remedy; which, for some years, he has prepar'd, for curing fitts of the gout, and all its symptoms; with directions how to use the same. As also, a letter from a gentleman in England to his friend in Dublin, giving an account of the benefit he has received by the said Oyls.
Of the spleen its description and history, uses and diseases, particul*. -
Of the spleen, its description and history, uses and diseases, particularly the vapors, with their remedy. Being a lecture read at the Royal College of Physicians, London, 1722. ... By William Stukeley, M.D.
Of the spleen, its description and history, uses and diseases, particularly the vapors with their remedy, being a lecture read at the Royal college of physicians, London 1722, to which is added some anatomical observations in the dissection of an elephant
Origines Roystonianae
Oriuna, wife of Carausius ...
Palæographia britannica: or Discourses on antiquities in Britain. In which is given a particular account of Lady Roisia (foundress of Royston,) and her family: with a description of her cave there, discovered in 1742. By Dr. Stukeley.
Palaeographia britannica : or, Discourses on antiquities that relate to the history of Britain. Number III. Oriuna wife of Carausius, emperor of Britain. Adressed to Dr. Mead. By William Stukeley,...
Palaeographia sacra : or discourses on monuments of antiquity that relate to sacred history
Palæographia sacra. Or discourses on sacred subjects. By William Stukeley
philosophy of earthquakes, natural and religious Or An inquiry into their cause, and their purpose. By William Stukeley, M.D. rector of St. George's, Queen-Square: Fellow of the College of Physicians and Royal Society., The
philosophy of earthquakes, natural and religious. Part II. By William Stukeley, M.D. rector of St. George's, Queen-Square: fellow of the College of Physicians and Royal Society, The
Stonehenge, a temple restor'd to the British druids ; Abury, a temple of the British druids, 1984:
Stonehenge : a temple restor'd to the British druids. By William Stukeley. Abury, a temple of the British druids
Stukeley's 'Stonehenge' an unpublished manuscript, 1721-1724
Twenty-three plates of the coins of the ancient British kings
William Stukeley : an eighteenth-century antiquary
William Stukeley : science, religion, and archaeology in eighteenth-century England
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