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The Cambridge ancient history. Vol. 3, The Assyrian Empire / edited by J.B. Bury, S.A. Cook, F.E. Adcock.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1929.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1928.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1927.
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The Cambridge ancient history / plates ; prepared by C.T.Seltman. Vol. 3. edited by S.A. Cook, F.E. Adcock, M.P. Charlesworth.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1930.
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Cambridge : University Press, 1930.
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The Cambridge ancient history. Vol 9, The Roman republic, 133 - 44 B.C. / edited by S.A. Cook, F.E. Adcock and M.P. Charlesworth.
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Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1932.
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King's hostel, Trinity College, Cambridge, with plans and illustrations : an examination of the history of King's Hall with special reference to the ancient buildings recently disclosed / by W.D. Caröe ... A paper read before the Cambridge Archæological Society, March 2nd, 1908, amplified by numerous additions and extracts from the King's Hall account books.
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  • Caröe, W. D. (William Douglas), 1857-1938.
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  • 09018954
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Cambridge : Printed for the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1909.
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An account of King's College-Chapel, : in Cambridge; (embellished with a plate of the chapel: and a print of the author executed by a Gentleman of the University ) Including a character of Henry VI. And a short History of the Foundation of his two Colleges, King's and Eton: And containing, though briefly, the following Articles: I. An Extract of the Founder's Will, relating to the finishing of the Chapel; (with a Digression concerning the intended College) II. A particular Relation of the Progress of that Edisice, under the Reigns of those Kings who contributed to complete it. III. The original Use of the Vestries on each Side of the Building. - Some very ancient Inscriptions on the Tomb-Stones within them. - A remarkable Epitaph. IV. An accurate Description of whatever is worthy of Notice within the Chapel. - Wonderful Structure of the Stone-Roof: which occasions a Mention of the original Secret of Free-Masons, and some few Particulars concerning that Society. With V. A Full Explanation of all the curious Paintings on the Windows: in the Course of which is shewn the Correspondence between the historical Paintings drawn from the Old Testament and those taken from the New. To which is added, a list of all the provosts, bishops, Statesmen, learned Writers, Martyrs and Confessors, who were formerly Members of King's College; extracted partly from Fuller's Church-History of Britain. - The Author's Apology and grateful Acknowledgments to his Subscribers. - With Copies of several ancient Indentures, setting forth an Account of many different Sums of Money expended on finishing and glazing the Chapel. - Each particular Beauty of the Windows remarked. By Henry Malden, Chapel-Clerk.
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  • James, Thomas, 1748-1804.
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Cambridge : printed for the Author, by Fletcher and Hodson; and sold by J. Woodyer, T. and J. Merrill, R. Matthews, J. Paris, Fletcher and Hodson, and by the Author, at the Sign of the Hat, in the Butcher-Row, Cambridge ; J. Beecroft, S. Crowder, J. Johnson and Co. in Pater-noster-row, J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-yard, B. White, Fleet-street, T. Payne, Mews, and J. Dodsley, Pall mall, London; J. Pote, at Eton; J. Blakeney, at Windsor; and by all the Booksellers in Town and Country, 1769.
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Monasticon Eboracense: and the ecclesiastical history of Yorkshire. Containing an account of the first introduction and progress of Christianity in that diocese, untill the end of William the Conqueror's reign. Also the description of the situation, fabric, times of endowments of all of all churches, collegiate, conventual, parochial, or of peculiar jurisdiction ; and of other religious places in that district and to whole memory they were dedicated. Together with an account of such monuments and inscriptions as are worthy of notice, as well as of the rise, progress, establishment, privileges, and suppression of each order, religious or military, fixed therein. With the catalogues of all the Abbots and other superiors of those places, and of all the patrons, rectors, vicars, cantarists, &c. of each church, chapel, &c. from the earliest account, down to the present time. Collected from the best historians and ancient manuscripts in the Bodleyan, Cottonian, and other libraries in London, Oxford, Cambridge, and several cathedrals ; as also from other public records, registers and chartularies in the Tower and other offices in London, and in the Archiepiscopal, Episcopal, and Deans and Chapters Offices in the cathedrals of York, Durham and Chester, and in private hands, and from parochial registers with above two thousand copies of original charters and deeds never yet published. Adorned with copper-plates, representing the ichonographies of some of their churches, abbies, ruins, &c. and other curious things worth of observation. To which is added, a scheme and proposals, in orer to form a society for compiling a complete civil and natural history of the ancient and present state of Yorkshire. With a chorographical and topographical description thereof ; and for a set of accurate maps, taken from actual surveys. To this is subjoined a short historical account of the parish of Hemingbrough, as a specimen ; shewing what materials the author has collected toward assisting such a society, according to the above proposals. / By John Burton, M.D. Fellow of the Antiquarian Society.
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  • Burton, John, 1710-1771.
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York : Printed for the author, by N. Nickson, in Coffee-Yard. MDCCLVIII. [1758].
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