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Naenia Cornubiae

Naenia Cornubiae

a descriptive essay, illustrative of the sepulchres and funereal customs of the early inhabitants of the county of Cornwall

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Published by Longmans, Green, and Co. in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL26378328M
OCLC/WorldCa682783545

The Age of the Saints - A Monograph of Early Christianity in Cornwall by Copeland Borlase, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Watercolour, ‘Sepulchral Urn found at Lanlawren’ by Thomas Quiller Couch, William Copeland Borlase, as an illustration for his book Nænia Cornubiæ, later sketched Quiller Couch’s painting of the urn, which had been discovered in a barrow at Lanlawren in artist has added in pencil “with fragments of burnt bones & cinders”, and Borlase .

  Copeland Borlase published many articles and books on the antiquities of Cornwall, including a two volume book titled “Ancient Cornwall” in and a year later “Naenia Cornubiae: a decscriptive essay, illustrative of the sepulchres and funereal customs of the early inhabitants of the county of Cornwall”. There were also a lecture on. The latter can be bought from The line drawings here come from William Copeland Borlase’s book, Naenia Cornubiae of Some are his own drawings, some he took from Observations on the Antiquities of Cornwall, published by his great grandfather Dr William Borlase (). BALLOWALL BARROW, St Just SW

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References to this book. Neolithic Enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe Timothy Darvill, Julian Thomas Snippet view - Bibliographic information. Title: Nænia Cornubiæ: The Cromlechs and Tumuli of Cornwall: Author: William Borlase: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Llanerch Publishers, Original from: the University of Michigan.

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The book by William Copeland Borlase is reprinted here in facsimile. It is a nineteenth-century classic on the archaeology of Cornwall, including cromlechs or dolmens, cone-shaped barrows, bowl barrows, bell barrows, flat barrows and ring barrows, and an account of the pottery.

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Godwin, William, ; Format: Book, Microform; p. ; 16 cm. The imposition of the Book of Common Prayer and the abrogation of various religious ceremonies led to a rebellion in under Sir Humphry Arundell of Lanherne, the rebels, who knew little English, demanding the restoration of the Latin service, but a fatal delay under the walls of Exeter led to their early defeat and the execution of their.

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