Reference numberCLP/16/18
TitlePaper, 'The plant of the admirable stone antiquity, at Avebury, near Marlborough, Wiltshire [England]' by Dr [Walter] Charleton
Date8 July 1663
DescriptionA drawing of a stone circle at Avebury, with a brief description. The rough diameter of the stone circle is 400 paces. The 'circular earth-work', 'trench', 'giant stones', 'greater circle', 'lesser circle' and 'giantist stone of all' are labelled on the figure.

Subject: Megalathic monuments
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
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NA8167Charleton; Walter (1620 - 1707); physician and natural philosopher1620 - 1707
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