John Horsley (c. 1685 – 12 January 1732) was a British antiquarian, known primarily for his book Britannia Romana or The Roman Antiquities of Britain which was published in 1732.
Britannia Romana or, The Roman antiquities of Britain: in three books. I. History of all the Roman transactions in Britain, also description of the Roman walls. II. Collection of the Roman inscriptions and sculptures discovered in Britain. III. The Roman geography of Britain, in which are given the originals of Ptolemy, Antonini Itinerarium, the Notitia, the anonymous Ravennas and Peutinger's table, so far as they relate to this island. To which are added a chronological table, and indexes to the inscriptions and sculptures. Also geographical indexes both of the Latin and English names of the Roman places in Britain, and a general index to the work.
Second edition of the folio-sized facsimile reprint. This volume is number 52 of a limited edition of 700, still in its protective transparent wrapper .
Excellent pages and boards, some wear to edges.