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gaure

- To stare in astonishment.
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74) Wood, however, essentially disagreed with Stukeley on every point, and he criticized him at every turn throughout Choir Gaure.
In Choir Gaure, Wood addressed the Earl of Oxford to explain the Pythagorean symbolism of Stonehenge and in it he refers to his reconstruction (see figure 10).
49) John Wood, Choir Gaure, Vulgarly called Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, Described, Restored and Explained (London, 1749), p.
There is a strong case that he modelled its form on the nearby prehistoric monuments at Stanton Drew and Stonehenge; for example, the 30 outer stones of Circle D at Stanton Drew and Stonehenge match the 30 houses in the Circus, and in his Choir Gaure, Vulgarly called Stone-henge on Salisbury Plain, described, restored, and explained of 1747, Wood measured the diameter of the prehistoric monument at 312 ft, while the Circus encloses 318 ft.
xiii [On lit en marge] cette premiere couppe d'or et du corps de la saliere est parle au IIIe article suyvant, ont, par ordonnance de Madame, este rompues et en sont este faictes trois petites couppes pour en servir le voiaige de Cambray ou la paix fut faicte et depuis Madame les donnyt aux marquise d'Arscot, confesses d'Aygremont et de Gaure qui avoyent este audit Cambray'.