Hydriotaphia, urne-buriall, or, A discourse of the sepulchrall urnes lately found in Norfolk: Together with The garden of Cyrus, or The quincuniall, lozenge, or net-work plantations of the ancients, artificially, naturally, mystically considered. With sundry observations
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