The early English antiquaries


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History Today
Vol. 8, no. 11 (November 1958), p. 781-786


Travelling up and down Great Britain, keeping a careful record of everything they heard and saw, investigating the monuments of the past and describing the landscapes of their own age, the early English antiquaries - from William of Worcester to Sir William Dugdale - were pioneers who laid the foundations of an important form of modern historical scholarship