An apology for the study of northern antiquities eBook

Elizabeth Elstob
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Title:  An Apology For The Study of Northern Antiquities

Author:  Elizabeth Elstob

Release Date:  March 11, 2005 [EBook #15329]

Language:  English

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The Augustan reprint society

Elizabeth Elstob

An Apology for the Study of
Northern Antiquities

(1715)

Introduction by Charles Peake

Publication Number 61

Los Angeles
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
University of California

1956

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General editors
Richard C. Boys, University of Michigan
Ralph Cohen, University of California, Los Angeles
Vinton A. Dearing, University of California, Los Angeles
Lawrence Clark Powell, Clark Memorial Library

Assistant editor
W. Earl Britton, University of Michigan

Advisory editors
Emmett L. Avery, State College of Washington
Benjamin Boyce, Duke University
Louis BREDVOLD, University of Michigan
John Butt, King’s College, University of Durham
James L. Clifford, Columbia University
Arthur Friedman, University of Chicago
Edward Niles Hooker, University of California, Los Angeles
Louis A. Landa, Princeton University
Samuel H. Monk, University of Minnesota
Ernest C. MOSSNER, University of Texas
James Sutherland, University College, London
H.T.  SWEDENBERG, Jr., University of California, Los Angeles

Corresponding Secretary
Edna C. Davis, Clark Memorial Library

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INTRODUCTION

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