A. Titlepage to Walter Charlton, Chorea Gigantum..., London 1663 and suggesting the danes as the instigators of the monument in reply to Jones' publication, advancing the cause of the Romans. Inigo Jones' The Most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain vulgarly called Stonehenge ,1655.
B. three plates from Inigo Jones. The monument as reconstructed, a ground plan and as it was in Jones' day.
C. J.M.W.Turner, from Picturesque Views in England and Wales, 1829 ; from Walter Clapperton, Stonehenge Handbook c1845 ; Hayward Sumner, from his illustrated guidebook, Stonehenge Today and Yesterday , Her Majesty's Stationery Office London, revised edition 1924 ; John Constable, 1845
D William Westall, from Great Britain Illustrated 1830 ; George Walpoole, Modern British Traveller, c1795 ; from Camden's Britannia, 1695 edition, an unknown Dutch engraver An aquatint from a French travel book, L.Simond's Tour and Residence in Great Britain during the years 1810 and 1811 .. . Marvellously atmospheric, and in the light of the liberties taken with scale, significant that the monuments appear to be being measured.
UK c1910 ; Hayward Sumner, from his illustrated guidebook, Stonehenge
Today and Yesterday , Her Majesty's Stationery Office London,
revised edition 1924 ; Stonehenge completed in bricks, USA 1957; French
re-engraving of David Loggan's print 1693.