William Stukeley

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William Stukeley
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  1647
First nameFirst name(s) of the person. William
Last nameLast name of the person. Stukeley
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Birth dateBirth date: day - month - year. November 7, 1687
Birth placePlace of birth of the person Holbeach 52° 48' 15.16" N, 0° 1' 4.80" E
Death dateDeath date: day - month - year. March 3, 1765
Death placePlace of death of the person London 51° 30' 26.35" N, 0° 7' 39.54" W
KeywordKeywords for the person cleric, archaeologist, antiquarian, physician
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Primary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Stukeley 17521752monographPalaeographica Britannia: or, Discourses on Antiquities that Relate to the History of Britain: Number III. Oriuna Wife of Carausius, Emperor of Britain
Stukeley 1757-17591759monographThe medallic history of Marcus Aurelius Valerius Carausius, emperor in Brittain
Secondary literatureYearYear of the literature reference TypeLiterature type (book, journal, etc.) TitleTitel of the book.
Allen 19701970journalWilliam Stukeley as a numismatist
Piggott 19851985monographWilliam Stukeley: an Eighteenth-century Antiquary
Haycock 20012001monographWilliam Stukeley: Science, Religion and Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century England
Daubney 20122012journalMaurice Johnson: an eighteenth-century numismatist
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