Charles Warren

Charles Warren carbon print portrait by Herbert Rose Barraud of London General Sir Charles Warren, (7 February 1840 – 21 January 1927) was an officer in the British Royal Engineers. He was one of the earliest European archaeologists of the Biblical Holy Land, and particularly of the Temple Mount. Much of his military service was spent in British South Africa. Previously he was police chief, the head of the London Metropolitan Police, from 1886 to 1888 during the Jack the Ripper murders. His command in combat during the Second Boer War was criticised, but he achieved considerable success during his long life in his military and civil posts. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1765
printed for Isaac Fell , in Pater-Noster Row ; and sold by all booksellers and news-carriers in town and country

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1913
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by Warren, Charles
Published 1913
Little, Brown

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1908
Lewis

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1925
Little, Brown, and Co

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1924
Princeton University Press

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1922
Little, Brown, and Co

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by Warren, Charles
Published 1915
G.P.O