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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Stukeley; Charles Bertram; Richard, of Cirencester
|Notes:||Vol. 2 has title: Itinerarium curiosum ... Centuria II. To which is added, the Itinerary of Richard of Cirencester, monk of Westminster. With an account of that author and his work.
"Ricardi monachi westmonasteriensis commentarioli geographici de situ Brittaniæ": v. 2, p. 79-108. This is the famous forgery published by Charles Bertram in 1757, claimed by him to be copied from a manuscript written by Richard of Cirencester.
|Description:||2 volumes (, x, 212 pages, 101 plates (5 folded); , 190 pages, 104 plates (1 folded)). illustrations, maps, plans 30 cm|
|Contents:||V. 1. Centuria I. --
v. 2. Centuria II. To which is added, the Itinerary of Richard of Cirencester, monk of Westminster. With an account of that author and his work.