|←Author Index: St||William Stukeley
|Antiquary, ed. at Cambridge. Initially practising as a physician, took orders in 1729 and held benefices at Stamford and in London. Pioneered the archaeological investigation of Stonehenge and Avebury and was one of the pioneers of field archaeology. One of the founders of the Society of Antiquaries.|
- An Account of a Roman Temple and other Antiquities, near Graham's Dike in Scotland,' 1720,
- Of the Spleen, 1723
- Itinerarium Curiosum; or an Account of the Antiquitys and remarkable Curiositys in Nature or Art, observ'd in travels thro' Great Brittan, 1724
- Of the Gout, 1734
- Palæographia Sacra (1736), 1736
- Palæographia Sacra (1763), 1763
- Stonehenge, a Temple restor'd to the British Druids, 1740
- Abury, a Temple of the British Druids, 1743
- Palæographia Britannica, or Discourses on Antiquities in Britain, 1743−52
- Philosophy of Earthquakes, Natural and Religious, ..., 1750 (page scan index)
- A Dissertation upon Oriuna, 1751
- Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's life, 1752
- An Account of Richard of Cirencester . . . with his Antient Map of Roman Brittain . . . the Itinerary thereof, 1757
- The Medallic History of M. A. V. Carausius, 1757−9
- Twenty-three Plates of the Coins of the Ancient British Kings, published posthumously, without date.
Works about Stukeley
- “Stukeley, William,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Stukeley, William,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
- The Family Memoirs of the Rev. William Stukeley M.D., 1882