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Fri Mar 21 17:11:51 2014 UTClccn-nr910215160.00Journeys to Cyprus : ruins and remains at Paphos & Kourion in woodcuts by John Davies from a visit in 2002 and in a description from his visit in 1738 by Richard Pococke0.781.00A catalogue of a curious collection of Greek, Roman and English coins and medals of the Right Reverend Dr. Pococke, Lord Bishop of Meath ... which ... will be sold by auction /54245430Richard_Pocockenr 910215162969240Pockocke, RichardPockocke, Richard, 1704-1765Pocock.Pococke, Richard, bp. of Meath, 1704-1765Pococke, Richardus, 1704-1765Pocockius, Richardus, 1704-1765Richard Pocockelccn-no95057168Cartwright, James Joel1842-1903edtlccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n81132515McVeagh, Johnviaf-305991310Kemp, Daniel William1884-edtlccn-n85256420Norden, Frederik Ludvig1708-1742lccn-n91090747Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-nb2003026083Moore, Dudleylccn-nr93026473Pashley, Robert1805-1859lccn-n84014100Spratt, T. A. B.(Thomas Abel Brimage)1811-1888lccn-nr93024967Milles, Jeremiah1714-1784Pococke, Richard1704-1765SermonsDiariesGenealogyHistoryTravelEgyptPococke, Richard,EnglandMiddle EastMiddle East--PalestineChurch of EnglandBishopsIrelandScotlandAntiquitiesGreece--CreteSpratt, T. A. B.--(Thomas Abel Brimage),ConcordIncorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in IrelandExcavations (Archaeology)Milles, Jeremiah,EuropeVoyages and travelsEurope--PannoniaManners and customsGrand tours (Education)Limes (Roman boundary)Inscriptions, LatinInscriptions, GreekTravelers' writings, EnglishGreeceBritishBronze ageEnglish imprintsNumismaticsTurkeyClassical antiquitiesNumismatics, RomanNumismatics--Private collectionsNumismatics, AncientCyprus--PaphosMilles, Thomas,England--LondonSyriaAntiquarian booksellersBooksellers and booksellingCyprus--Kourion (Extinct city)Great BritainBerwick, William Noel Hill,--Baron,17041765174317451746174817501752175417551761176217651766177017711772177317761779178217881791179218001803180518061811181318141823182518401843184618871888188918911895191519291947195419631965197119952003200520062007200920102011201220132115381595942.006DS47ocn494377488ocn494379387ocn494378186ocn693402459ocn494379674ocn693402442ocn693402500ocn693402503ocn494379654ocn693402498ocn693403369ocn693403378ocn693403403ocn693403394ocn693403386ocn693403374ocn693402794ocn693403372ocn693403288ocn495031904ocn866068699ocn494398900ocn464778942ocn759688130ocn247367620ocn49437671826810ocn004326776book18890.79Pococke, RichardThe travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, successively bishop of Meath and of Ossory, during 1750, 1751, and later years22630ocn005766409book17430.76Pococke, RichardA description of the East, and some other countries13313ocn642297983file17620.76Pococke, RichardA sermon preached at Christ-Church, Dublin, on the 27th of June, 1762 before the Incorporated Society, for promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland. By Richard, Lord Bishop of Ossory. Published at the Request of the Society. With a continuation of the Society's proceedings, to the 25th of March, 1762Sermons11110ocn004173902book18870.90Pococke, RichardTours in Scotland 1747, 1750, 1760HistoryGenealogy+-+09587933251086ocn015454196book18030.94Pococke, RichardThe travels of Richard Pococke, L.L.D.F.R.S., through Egypt822ocn728416169com17610.70Pococke, RichardThe happiness of doing good a sermon preached before the Right Hon. the Earl of Hertford, president ; the vice-presidents, treasurer, and governors of the Magdalen-House Charity, on Thursday the 12th of March, 1761, at the Parish Church of St. Brides, Fleet-Street. By the Right Reverend Dr. Richard Pococke, lord bishop of Ossory. Published at the request of the president, &cSermons296ocn001704378book18910.81Pococke, RichardPococke's tour in Ireland in 17522911ocn012623025book17520.88Pococke, RichardInscriptionum antiquarum Græc. et Latin. liber. : Accedit, numismatum Ptolemæorum, imperatorum, Augustarum, et Cæsarum, in Ægypto cusorum, e scriniis Britannicis, catalogus.201ocn009177253book0.86Kubitschek, WilhelmAltere Berichte über den römischen Limes in Pannonien186ocn781935743book17760.53Pococke, RichardBeschryving van het Oosten, en van eenige andere landen,156ocn851856585book18880.33Pococke, RichardThe travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, successively Bishop of Meath and of Ossory, during 1750, 1751, and Later Years145ocn257836595book17710.47Pococke, RichardD. Richard Pococke's Beschreibung des Morgenlandes und einiger andern Länder142ocn682470312com17720.92Pococke, RichardVoyages de Richard Pockocke, membre de la Societé Royale, & de celle des antiquités de Londres, &c., en Orient, dans l'Egypte, l'Arabie, la Palestine, la Syrie, la Grèce, la Thrace, &c. &c., & c ... traduits de l'Anglois sur la seconde édition, par une Société de gens de lettres136ocn061913859book18880.47Pococke, RichardThe travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke136ocn851856591book18890.31Pococke, RichardThe travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, successively Bishop of Meath and of Ossory, during 1750, 1751, and Later Years113ocn012892584art18110.92Pococke, RichardA description of the East, &c113ocn012997690art18140.97Pococke, RichardTravels in Egypt115ocn310631439book17430.29Pococke, RichardA Description of the East, and some other countries101ocn769322588book0.33Pococke, RichardBeschryving van het Oosten, en van eenige andere landen,103ocn630260292book17550.23Pococke, RichardBeschreibung des Morgenlandes und einiger anderer Länder1172ocn050478231book19950.88Pococke, RichardRichard Pococke's Irish toursDiaries572ocn554603223book20100.94Moore, Dudley JDawn of discovery : the early British travellers to Crete : Richard Pocoke, Robert Pashley and Thomas Spratt, and their contributions to the island's Bronze Age archaeological heritage"This work focuses on three important British travellers to Crete during the 18th and 19th centuries to establish whether or not they made any significant contribution to the field of research with regard to the archaeological heritage of Bronze Age Crete. It brings these 'lost pioneers' of antiquity to the fore and to recognize their efforts as part of the foundation of the discovery of the island's Bronze Age archaeology prior to the groundbreaking excavations of Sir Arthur Evans. They are Richard Pococke (1704-65), Robert Pashley (1805-59) and Thomas Spratt (1811-88). Having dealt with the terms that these travellers used in describing ancient remains, the work looks briefly at the background to Bronze Age Crete itself. Thereafter the development from antiquarianism into archaeology is followed to establish the motives behind these travellers' wanderings in Crete. Consideration is given to whether any sites they described might have been of the Bronze Age and, in addition, various views of the mythical Labyrinth are looked at in an attempt to compound the theory that there may have been a certain belief in a period prior to the known Classical era (of the 5th century BC Greece). Questions answered include: How do the travellers' 'field surveys' and discoveries compare with what is now known today from excavation? Were some of their references to 'Cyclopean' stonework an identification of Bronze Age architecture? Do they deserve recognition for the identification of a prehistory of Crete? Why are their names missing from so many books on the history of archaeology and the discovery of Cretan archaeology? This work brings together, for the first time, an understanding of the views and comparative discoveries of three 18th and 19th century travellers of the, then, unknown ancient pre-history of Bronze Age Crete"--Publisher's web site431ocn083457633com0.76Pococke, RichardA description of the East, and some other countries342ocn761196743book0.90Pococke, RichardLetters from abroad : the grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke & Jeremiah MillesHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceThis is an edition of the previously unpublished grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke (later Bishop of Ossory) and his cousin Jeremiah Milles (later Dean of Exeter) who together, in 1734 and 1736 embarked on two tours of the continent, with Pococke famously continuing his travels to the East (1737-41)223ocn559763211book20100.53Moore, Dudley JDawn of discovery : the early British travellers to Crete : Richard Pococke, Robert Pashley and Thomas Spratt, and their contribution to the island's Bronze Age archaeological heritageHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"This work focuses on three important British travellers to Crete during the 18th and 19th centuries to establish whether or not they made any significant contribution to the field of research with regard to the archaeological heritage of Bronze Age Crete. It brings these 'lost pioneers' of antiquity to the fore and to recognize their efforts as part of the foundation of the discovery of the island's Bronze Age archaeology prior to the groundbreaking excavations of Sir Arthur Evans. They are Richard Pococke (1704-65), Robert Pashley (1805-59) and Thomas Spratt (1811-88). Having dealt with the terms that these travellers used in describing ancient remains, the work looks briefly at the background to Bronze Age Crete itself. Thereafter the development from antiquarianism into archaeology is followed to establish the motives behind these travellers' wanderings in Crete. Consideration is given to whether any sites they described might have been of the Bronze Age and, in addition, various views of the mythical Labyrinth are looked at in an attempt to compound the theory that there may have been a certain belief in a period prior to the known Classical era (of the 5th century BC Greece). Questions answered include: How do the travellers' 'field surveys' and discoveries compare with what is now known today from excavation? Were some of their references to 'Cyclopean' stonework an identification of Bronze Age architecture? Do they deserve recognition for the identification of a prehistory of Crete? Why are their names missing from so many books on the history of archaeology and the discovery of Cretan archaeology? This work brings together, for the first time, an understanding of the views and comparative discoveries of three 18th and 19th century travellers of the, then, unknown ancient pre-history of Bronze Age Crete"--Publisher's web site133ocn751830875book20110.59Pococke, RichardLetters from abroad : the grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke & Jeremiah MillesHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceThis is an edition of the previously unpublished grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke (later Bishop of Ossory) and his cousin Jeremiah Milles (later Dean of Exeter) who, together in 1734 and 1736 embarked on two tours of the continent, with Pococke famously continuing his travels to the East (1737-41)112ocn046608948book19290.76Kubitschek, WilhelmÄltere Berichte über den römischen Limes in Pannonien51ocn854616944book20130.27Pococke, RichardLetters from abroad : the grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke & Jeremiah MillesHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence42ocn053212953book18870.90Pococke, RichardTours in Scotland 1747, 1750, 1760HistoryGenealogy+-+095879332531ocn801581278book20120.47Pococke, RichardLetters from abroad : the grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke & Jeremiah MillesHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence21ocn856653068book20130.10Pococke, RichardA description of the East, and some other countries. ... : By Richard Pococke, LL.D. F.R.S. Volume 3 of 321ocn427488365book19290.86Kubitschek, WilhelmAltere Berichte über den römischen Limes in Pannonien11ocn752971025book2006Davies, JohnJourneys to Cyprus : ruins and remains at Paphos & Kourion in woodcuts by John Davies from a visit in 2002 and in a description from his visit in 1738 by Richard Pococke11ocn085036835book1843Thomas Thorpe (Firm : London, England)Manuscripts, upon papyrus, vellum, and paper, in various languages : a catalogue of a most valuable collection recently purchased from the libraries of the late Right Hon. William, Lord Berwick, the late Thomas Milles, D.D., Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, the late very Reverend Jeremiah Milles, D.D., Dean of Exeter, and President of the Antiquarian Society, the late learned traveller, Richard Pococke, LL.D., Bishop of Meath and Ossory ... including some very valuable unpublished manuscripts ... ; particularly rich in history & topography; heraldry and county visitations; pedigrees and family history, English and foreign; ancient charters, royal grants, and other documents of peculiar intrest to the antiquary and historian ... which are offered ... by Thomas Thorpe, 178, Piccadilly, London, MDCCCXLIIICatalogs11ocn036325184book17661.00Mess. Langford (Firm)A catalogue of a curious collection of Greek, Roman and English coins and medals of the Right Reverend Dr. Pococke, Lord Bishop of Meath ... which ... will be sold by auctionCatalogs+-+0958793325+-+0958793325Fri Mar 21 15:46:36 EDT 2014batch30976