Record

RCNR63927
AuthorSMITH, John
TitleChoir 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
Place of publicationSalisbury; London:
Publisherfor the author; sold by E. Easton; sold by R. Horsfield
Year of publication1771
Class (location)Britain
KeywordSMITH, John (M.D., Inoculator of the Small-Pox)/ Druidism/ Astronomy/ Ancient history/
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