THE LIFE OF ANTHONY WOOD IN HIS OWN WORDS
One of the most colorful and informative chroniclers of 17th-century Britain describes the skirmishes between parliamentarian and royalist forces in the 1640s, and the return of King Charles II in 1660. Features his accounts with famous people including Christopher Wren and John Locke. Import.
Publisher: Bodleian Library
Item #: 3588394
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