2 edition of Survey of the antiquities of the city of Oxford found in the catalog.
Survey of the antiquities of the city of Oxford
|Statement||by Anthony Wood ; edited by Andrew Clark. Vol.1, The city and suburbs.|
|Series||Oxford Historical Society -- Vol.15|
|Contributions||Clark, Andrew, 1856-1922., Oxford Historical Society.|
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Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford, composed inby Anthony Wood, vol II (2) Churches and Religious Houses. [Anthony; Clark, Andrew (ed.) Wood] on Author: Andrew (ed.) Wood, Anthony; Clark. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wood, Anthony à, "Survey of the anitiquities of the city of Oxford,".
Oxford, Printed for the Oxford Historical Society at the Clarendon Press, Archaeology & antiquities Rare first editions, signed and inscribed copies, deluxe and collectible editions of books, pamphlets, and ephemera relating to archaeology, the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture, including antiquarianism; also the discipline of paleontology, the study of fossil remains.
Wood, Anthony à, "Survey of the antiquities of the city of Oxford," composed in(Oxford, Printed for the Oxford historical society at the Clarendon press, ), also by Andrew Clark (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
English county histories, in other words historical and topographical (or "chorographical") works concerned with individual ancient counties of England, were produced by antiquarians from the late 16th century onwards. The content was variable: some recorded archaeological sites, but others were heavily slanted towards the genealogies of county families and other biographical material.
Surveying the City Years of Oxford Plans & Panoramas From Friday 25th January Outside of London, Oxford is the most documented English city in antique print and map. An admirable edition of the Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford, composed in by Anthony Wood, edited by Andrew Clark, was issued by the Oxford Historical Society (, 3 vols.
8vo). Modius Salium, a Collection of Pieces of Humour, chiefly ill-naturedBorn: The Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford, composed in –66 by Anthony Wood, edited by Andrew Clark, was issued by the Oxford Historical Society (–, 3 vols.
8vo). Modius Salium, a Collection of Pieces of Humour was published at Oxford in: 17 DecemberOxford, England. When we think of archaeology, most of us think first of its many spectacular finds: the legendary city of Troy, Tutankhamun's golden tomb, the three-million-year-old footprints at Laetoli, the mile-high city at Machu Picchu, the cave paintings at Lascaux.
But as marvelous as these discoveries are, the ultimate goal of archaeology, and of archaeologists, is something far more ambitious.2/5(2).
He planned out an historical survey of the city of Oxford, including histories of the university, the colleges, the monasteries, the parish churches. The scheme was a cumbrous one, and Wood had afterwards to divide it into sections: (1) the city treatise, including the ecclesiastical antiquities; (2) the annals of the university, with accounts.
1. Introduction. Armed men captured the bespectacled octogenarian near an ancient city and reportedly tortured him for a month so that he might disclose the location of hidden cultural treasures from the cradle of civilization. 1 When he failed to talk, they decapitated him, and hung his body publically as a warning to others.
They followed this atrocity by blowing up an ancient temple in Cited by: 1. The History And Antiquities Of Somersetshire; Being A General And Parochial Survey Of That Interesting County.
To Which Is Prefixed An Historical Introduction, With A Brief Overview Of Ecclesiastical by Phelps, William and a great selection of related books, art. The book of days, a miscellany of popular antiquities in connection with the calendar, including anecdote, biography, & history, curiosities of literature and oddities of human life and character.
(Edinburgh, W. & R. Chambers; Philadelphia, J. Lippincott & Co., ), by. Domesday Book (/ ˈ d uː m z d eɪ / or US: / ˈ d oʊ m z d eɪ /; Latin: Liber de Wintonia "Book of Winchester") is a manuscript record of the "Great Survey" of much of England and parts of Wales completed in by order of King William the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle states:Language(s): Medieval Latin.
Oxford, ——Survey of the antiquities of the City of Oxford. by Clark, A. 3 vols. Oxford Historical Society. – A garbled and inaccurate edn., with additions, by Peshall, Sir J., was published inunder the title of The antient and present state of the City of Oxford.
Wood, Anthony. Autobiography (–72). Oxford Journal of Archaeology; Research Stories; News and Events It provides details of the survey and excavation results of the different occupation phases, which range from the Late Dynastic to the Early Islamic period.
Extinct city), Herakleia (Egypt: Extinct city) N, Hrakleia (Egypt: Extinct city) Antiquities Congresses. Y, Marine. PARKER, Early History of Oxford (Oxford, ); WOOD, Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford (); GREEN AND ROBERTSON, Studies in Oxford History (Oxf., ); TURNER, Records of City of Oxford (Oxf., ); and the publications of the OXFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Oxford, various dates).
D.O. HUNTER-BLAIR. His collections relating to the history and buildings of Oxford had been made during the years tobut had never been worked up into a book. Some portions were published inbut it was not until that a full edition of the Survey of the Antiquities of.
The survey of London: containing the original, increase, modern estate and government of that city, methodically set down: with a memorial of those famouser acts of charity, which for publick and pious vses have been bestowed by many worshipfull citizens and benefactors: as also all the ancient and modern monuments erected in the churches, not only of those two famous cities, London and.Weekly Began with May 5, issue; ceased with issue.
Description based on: No. (Feb. 23, ). Oxford journal and county news.