The Barrow Diggers. A Dialogue in Imitation of the Grave Diggers in Hamlet. With explanatory Notes.

By: (WOOLLS, CHARLES)

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4to. (9.5 x 7.5 ins.) Purple cloth covered hardback with gilt lettering to front and blind embossed edging/decoration to boards. In very good condition. Rubbing to corners and ends of spine. Edges of cloth/ spine faded. Sml mark bottom of front board. Original bookseller labels to front endpaper. One or two very small spots to pages else a very clean and tight copy. Scarce. 12 litho. plates. 112pp. It refers to the opening of a Barrow at Shapwick, Dorset, April, 1838. "The dialogue, in a most witty and Shaksperian manner, developes the difference between a Roman and a British Barrow and describes the excavations of Antiquaries at the Sepulchres of the early Britons".

Title: The Barrow Diggers. A Dialogue in Imitation of the Grave Diggers in Hamlet. With explanatory Notes.

Author Name: (WOOLLS, CHARLES)

Categories: Archaeology,

Publisher: Whittaker & Co. 1839.:

Seller ID: 75914

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