Franklin

Choir gaur; the grand orrery of the ancient druids, commonly called Stonehenge, on Salisbury plain, astronomically explained, and mathematically proved to be a temple erected in the earliest ages, for observing the motions of the heavenly bodies. Illustrated with three copper plates. By Dr. John Smith.

Author/Creator:
Smith, John, 1747-1807.
Publication:
Salisbury [Eng.] Printed for the author, and sold by E. Easton; London, R. Horsfield [etc.] 1771.
Format/Description:
Book
vi, 73, [1] p. 1 illus., fold. plans. 28 cm.
Status/Location:
Loading...

Get It

Details

Subjects:
Stonehenge (England).
Place of Publication:
England Salisbury.
England London.
Penn Chronology:
1771
OCLC:
12041680