TITLE

William Stukeley: doctor, divine, and antiquary

AUTHOR(S)
Piggott, S
PUB. DATE
September 1974
SOURCE
British Medical Journal;9/21/1974, Vol. 3 Issue 5933, p725
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
64111786

 

Related Articles

  • William Stukeley--An Eighteenth-Century Antiquary. Atkinson, R. J. C. // Antiquity;Mar86, Vol. 60 Issue 228, p67 

    Reviews the book "William Stukeley: An Eighteenth-Century Antiquary," by Stuart Pigeon.

  • William Stukeley: an eighteenth-century phenomenologist? Peterson, Rick // Antiquity;Jun2003, Vol. 77 Issue 296, p394 

    Discusses the recording of the complex of prehistoric monuments around Avebury, Wiltshire, England by eighteenth century antiquary William Stukeley. Description of the complex; Elaboration on the extent to which Stukeley was influenced by his idealised schemes for the monuments to manipulate...

  • EDITORIAL. Chippindale, Christopher // Antiquity;Nov87, Vol. 61 Issue 233, p355 

    Focuses on the various activities of archaeological societies in 1987. Plans of the Danish National Forest and Nature Agency on nature and archaeological conservation; Information on William Stukeley, former secretary of the British Society of Antiquaries; Highlights of the ninth South Asian...

  • William Stukeley: Archaeologist and archdruid. Prescott, Stephanie // Calliope;Sep98, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p8 

    Profiles doctor and Anglican minister, William Stukeley, with emphasis on his archaeological background. Reference to the publication of the book `Stonehenge: A Temple Restored to the Druids in 1740'; Information on the Stukeley's hobby which involved the investigation of ancient sites;...

  • Back for the Future. PARKER, SELWYN // Investigate;Mar2008, Vol. 8 Issue 86, p42 

    The article focuses on the essence of the study of religious objects. It discusses the campaign of William Stukeley for the preservation of Stonehenge in Great Britain as well as the works of the Society of Antiquaries of London led by Jayne Phenton. It also offers information on the society's...

  • William Stukeley: Science, Religion and Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century England/Stukeley Illustrated: William Stukeley's Rediscovery of Britain's Ancient Sites/Stukeley's ‘Stonehenge’: An Unpublished Manuscript, 1721-1724. SNOBELEN, STEPHEN D. // English Historical Review;Dec2009, Vol. 124 Issue 511, p1506 

    The article reviews three books including "William Stukeley: Science, Religion and Archaeology in Eighteenth-Century England," by David Boyd Haycock, "Stukeley Illustrated: William Stukeley's Rediscovery of Britain's Ancient Sites," by Neil Mortimer, and "Stukeley's 'Stonehenge': An Unpublished...

  • THE RELIGION OF WILLIAM STUKELEY. Hutton, Ronald // Antiquaries Journal;2005, Vol. 85, p381 

    During recent years a new consensus of opinion seems to have grown up concerning the career of the eighteenth-century antiquary William Stukeley: that his ideas underwent no significant alteration in the course of his adult life, and that Stuart Piggott's famous characterization of Stukeley -...

  • Shorter Notices. Sweet, Rosemary // English Historical Review;Jun99, Vol. 114 Issue 457, p746 

    Reviews the book `The Postmaster of Ipswich. William Stevenson Fitch, Antiquary and Thief,' by Janet Ing Freeman.

  • Voices Calling for Reform: The Royal Society in the Mid-Eighteenth Century--Martin Folkes, John... Rousseau, G. S.; Haycock, David // History of Science;Dec99, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p377 

    Provides information on the Royal Society of London during the mid-eighteenth century. Details of the term of Martin Folkes as president of the organization; Criticism and opposition to programs of the organization; Profile of John Hill and William Stukeley, other officials of the group.

  • William Stukeley in Stamford: His Houses, Gardens and a Project for a Palladian Triumphal Arch Over Barn Hill. Smith, John F H // Antiquaries Journal;2013, Vol. 93, p353 

    The part played by William Stukeley in the evolution of English garden design has aroused much interest in recent years, though little research has been carried out into his gardening and architectural activities while resident in Stamford, Lincolnshire, from 1730 to 1747. This was an important...

Share

Read the Article

Other Topics