A letter to Dr Mead concerning some antiquities in Berkshire, particularly shewing that the White Horse, which gives name to the Vale, is a monument of the West-Saxons, made in memory of a great victory obtained over the Danes A.D. 871. By Francis Wise ...
|Main Creator:||Wise, Francis, 1695-1767.|
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Oxford : printed for Thomas Wood : 1738.
Pp. 57-58 contain a postscript.
With this is bound: Further observations upon the White Horse and other antiquities in Berkshire, with an account of White leaf-Cross in Buckinghamshire, as also the Red Horse in Warwickshire, and some other monuments of the same kind. Oxford, University Printing-House, 1742. (58 p., plates ; 4to).
Physical description: 58 p.,plates ; 4to
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