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Re: 17th century book on Stonehenge
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Sanctuary wrote:
VBB wrote:
Littlestone wrote:
It is.

See also - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v[...]ature=player_detailpage#t=201s
and - http://heritageaction.wordpres[...]enge-book-discovered/#comments

If you’re of a delicate constitution you might want to sit down before see how he handles it.


I'm obliged LS. And I think we will all want a sit down when we learn the price...


I'm not worried about the price VBB as I know you'll stick it in the post to me to borrow after you've bought and read it!!! LOLOLOL


I have a 1970s reprint of said tome with a forward by Piggott and even they are about a hundred quid now so heaven alone knows what the original will go for.
I would in any case prefer a first or second edition of WS's Abury, it would be half the money I suspect, and although I have the paperback of that too the plates are spread over two pages back to back and it just aint the same.


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Posted by VBB
17th February 2011ce
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