Memoir and select letters of Samuel Lysons, 1763-1819

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Printed at the University Press by J. Johnson , Oxford
Lysons, Samuel, -- 1763-1819., Lysons fa
Statementby Lindsay Fleming.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 71 p., [8] leaves of plates (inc. front.) :
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Open LibraryOL16326754M

The Lysons Family Collection consists of material collected by Lindsay Fleming in the course of research for his "Memoir and Select Letters of Samuel Lysons, V.P.R.S., V.P.S.A. " (Oxford, ). The papers span the datesand have been organized into three series: I.

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Abstract. This article shows how the eminent antiquary Samuel Lysons (–) used his publications of Romano-British remains, which were aimed at a British and Continental audience, to challenge the widely held view that Britain’s climate and national characteristics were incompatible with artistic excellence and that Britain was culturally inferior to its Continental neighbours, most Cited by: 2.

for his "Memoir and Select Letters of Samuel Lysons, V.P.R.S., V.P.S.A. " (Oxford, ). The p pers span the datesand have been organized into three series: I.

Daniel and Samuel Lysons; II. Lysons Family Letters to Lindsay Fleming; III. Other Lindsay Fleming Papers. Here's an interesting one: Memoir and Select Letters of Samuel Lysonsby Lindsay Fleming, Oxford, The author inscribed the book on 22 Aprilbut did not identify the recipient.

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However, the Guide to her papers at Harvard reveal that Mary Hyde visited Malahide (Ireland) and London (England) and made diary entries, "Apr 11 through and (No. 77). 5 Samuel Lysons, An Account of the Roman Antiquities discovered at Woodchester (London, ), hereinafter cited as Lysons.

For a biography of Lysons and the background to his excavation, see L. Fleming, Memoir and Select Letters of Samuel Lysons (Oxford, ). The author was a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a prolific writer of scholarly books on local and ecclesiastical history.

His first book was published when he was just Later works included Memoir and select letters of Samuel Lysons, (); Beechcroft.

This paper critically evaluates the social and intellectual influences which shaped Samuel Lysons’ (–) interests in the archaeological remains of Roman Britain, and assesses the extent Author: Sarah Ann Scott.

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