APA Citation

Strutt, J. (1773). The regal and ecclesiastical antiquities of England: Containing, in a compleat series, the representations of all the English monarchs, from Edward the Confessor to Henry the Eighth. Together with Many of the Great Persons that were eminent, Under their several Reigns. The figures are principally introduced in antient delineations of the most remarkabl passages of history; And are correctly copied from the Originals, which particularly express the Dress and Customs of the Time, to which each Piece respectively relates. The Whole carefully collected from Antient Illuminated Manuscripts. By Joseph Strutt. London: published for the author, by J. Thane, Printseller, the Corner of Gerrard-Street, in Prince's-Street, Soho; to be had also of Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street, and of Mr. Snelling, No. 163, Fleet-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Strutt, Joseph. The Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England: Containing, in a Compleat Series, the Representations of All the English Monarchs, From Edward the Confessor to Henry the Eighth. Together With Many of the Great Persons That Were Eminent, Under Their Several Reigns. The Figures Are Principally Introduced in Antient Delineations of the Most Remarkabl Passages of History; And Are Correctly Copied From the Originals, Which Particularly Express the Dress and Customs of the Time, to Which Each Piece Respectively Relates. The Whole Carefully Collected From Antient Illuminated Manuscripts. By Joseph Strutt. London: published for the author, by J. Thane, Printseller, the Corner of Gerrard-Street, in Prince's-Street, Soho; to be had also of Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street, and of Mr. Snelling, No. 163, Fleet-Street, 1773.

MLA Citation

Strutt, Joseph. The Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England: Containing, in a Compleat Series, the Representations of All the English Monarchs, From Edward the Confessor to Henry the Eighth. Together With Many of the Great Persons That Were Eminent, Under Their Several Reigns. The Figures Are Principally Introduced in Antient Delineations of the Most Remarkabl Passages of History; And Are Correctly Copied From the Originals, Which Particularly Express the Dress and Customs of the Time, to Which Each Piece Respectively Relates. The Whole Carefully Collected From Antient Illuminated Manuscripts. By Joseph Strutt. London: published for the author, by J. Thane, Printseller, the Corner of Gerrard-Street, in Prince's-Street, Soho; to be had also of Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street, and of Mr. Snelling, No. 163, Fleet-Street, 1773.

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