1840, Bloxam, Fragmenta Sepulchralia.

A Glimpse of the Sepulchral and Early Monumental Remains of Great Britain. Edition originale. Probably printed for the author at Oxford University Press between 1840 and 1850. Bound with: Ernst Guhl, Ephesiaca. - H. N. Ulrichs, An excursus on the topography of the Homeric Ilium. - J. W. Beamont, A visit to Mount Athos. Beamont, A visit to Mount Athos.

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    Condition : good, slightly rubbed, slight scattered foxing, no title page.
    Illustrations : illustrations and maps in black and white.
    Binding : contemporary half leather, spine gilt.
    Volume : 1 volume.
    Format : in-8.
    Pages : 176 pp.
    Publisher : London (probably Oxford University Press).
    Date : undated (1840?).


    Matthew Holbeche Bloxam (12 May 1805 - 24 April 1888), a native of Rugby, Warwickshire, England, was a Warwickshire antiquarian and amateur archaeologist, author of a popular guide to Gothic architecture. He is the original source of the legend of the invention of the game of rugby by William Webb Ellis.

    Bound with:
    - Ernst Guhl, Ephesiaca. Accedunt tabulae tres. Berlin, Nicolai 1843. XIV pp, 1 f., 210 pp, 2 folding maps and a hors-text map. First edition.
    - H. N. Ulrichs, An excursus on the topography of the Homeric Ilium. From the "Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature" 1847. 78 pp. 1 map.
    - J. W. Beamont, A visit to Mount Athos. Reprinted from the "Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature" (1867?). 15 pp.

     

More Information
Condition Used - Good
Language United Kingdom
Illustrated Yes
Year 1840
Author / Cartographer / Photographer Bloxam Matthew Holbeche
Editor Blanchard Librairie des sciensces et des arts
First edition Yes
Signed edition No
Signed binding No
Armorial binding No
Binding / Format Half leather
Size 22 x 13,5 cm
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