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Re: 17th century book on Stonehenge
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VBB wrote:
VBB wrote:
Sanctuary wrote:
Littlestone wrote:
See news - http://www.themodernantiquaria[...]ost/93909/news/stonehenge.html Looks interesting, although it cant be in ‘Old English’ if it’s 17th century.

Very interesting, I wonder who wrote them as it doesn't say does it? I guess the selling price may well indicate how well-known the author was in this field.

C'mon you two, if the date is right it cona only be Mr Jones' posthumous publication.

Sorry, half asleep, I meant if 1655 is right it's gotta be etc.

I thought it odd that no name was mentioned VBB so thought it may be something entirely 'new'. But knowing your 'heat-seeking' abilities for finding things out you will already be on the case :D

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Posted by Sanctuary
17th February 2011ce

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