Itinerarium septentrionale: or, A journey thro' most of the counties of Scotland, and those in the north of England

Publication Date1727
RemainderIn two parts. Part I. Containing an account of all the monuments of Roman antiquity, found and collected in that journey, and exhibited in order to illustrate the Roman history in those parts of Britain, from the first invasion by Julius Caesar, till Julius Agricola's march into Caledonia, in the reign of Vespasian. And thence more fully to their last abandoning the island, in the reign of Thedosius Junior. With a particular description of the Roman walls in Cumberland, Northumberland, and Scotland; their different stations, watch-towers, turrets, exploratory castles, height, breadth, and all their dimensions; taken by an actual geometrical survey from sea to sea: with all the altars and inscriptions found on them: as also a view of the several places of encampment, made by the Romans, their castles, military ways, &c. Part II. An account of the Danish invasions on Scotland, and of the monuments erected there, on the different defeats of that people. With other curious remains of antiquity; never before communicated to the publick. The whole illustrated with sixty-six copper-plates. By Alexander Gordon, A.M.
PublisherPrinted for F. Gyles in Holbourn; D. Browne, at the Black-Swan without Temple-Bar; Woodman and Lyon, in Russel Street, Covent-Garden; and C. Davis in Hatton Garden



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