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588 pages
11 x 11 inches
University of Exeter Press
Language:
English
Hardback (November 1999)
ISBN-13 9780859894340
ISBN-10 0859894347
$165.00
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Subjects:
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Historical Atlas Of South-West England
edited by Roger Kain and William Ravenhill and contributions by C. J. Caseldine, Cynthia Gaskell Brown, Sandy Gerrard, Mark Brayshay, Richard Oliver, O. J. Padel, John Kanefsky and maps by Helen Jones and contributions by Alison Roberts, Andrew Alexander, James Barber, Mark Blacksell, L. Burge, Veronica Chesher, Bruce Coleman, Grace Davie, Harold Fox, Andrew Gilg, Peter Grant, Todd Gray, Justin Greenwood, Frances Griffith, F. L. Harris, Michael Havinden, Derek Hearl, C. G. Henderson, Peter Howard, Ian Maxted, Malyn Newitt, Susan M. Pearce, Martin Purvis, Henrietta Quinnell, Michael Rush, Roger Sellman, Gareth Shaw, T. R. Slater, Robin Stanes, Jeffrey Stanyer, Allan Straw, A. C. Thomas, F. R. Thorn, Malcolm Todd, Allan Williams, Sarah Wilmot, Christopher Holdsworth, Jonathan Barry, Roger Burt, Michael Duffy, Stephen Fisher, Robert Higham, Della Hooke, Roger Kain, Valerie A. Maxfield, Nicholas Orme, Philip Payton, William Ravenhill and David J. Starkey
This is the first historical atlas of a major region of the United Kingdom. Its aim is to create and communicate the history of the south-western peninsula of England-Cornwall, Devon and the Isles of Scilly show more
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Environmental setting, Christopher Caseldine; traditional building materials and their influence on vernacular styles, Veronica Chesher. The deep past - before the Norman Conquest: palaeolithic - the earliest
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