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Peakland Roads and Trackways

By: Dodd, A.E.; Dodd, E.M.

Price: $19.99

Publisher: Ashbourne, Derbyshire, UK, Moorland Publishing: 1982

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 1467


New and unread with light shelf wear. 192 pp illus in b/w. The region abounds with ancient remains, Roman roads, pack-horse bridges, early guideposts, tollhouses, milestones. Shows how motorists travel today on routes that were carved out -in some cases-by prehistoric man. View more info

The Ancient Monuments of Shetland

By: Fojut, Noel & Pringle, Denys

Price: $24.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, Scotland, HMSO Edinburgh: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 7237


Unread, unmarked. A guide to Shetland's colorful history, described through its surviving monuments. From Neolithic settlements to Medieval castles plus a look at the eighteenth-century artillery defenses of Fort Charlotte. The book places each site in its historical context and guides the visitor around the surviving remains. ; Ancient Monuments; 64 pages View more info

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Prehistoric London (Museum of London Series)

By: Merriman, Nick

Price: $6.95

Publisher: London, HMSO/Museum of London: 1990

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 4762


New, unread. Color illustrations throughout. This book tells the story of half a million years, following amazing changes in landscape and human society. It starts with ice-sheets expanding further and further south, pushing the River Thames into its present position, and ends with the arrival of the Roman legions. In between are Ice Age hunters camping by the Thames, followed by elephants and hippos, whose bones have been found in Trafalger Square. Later, hunters caught... View more info

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The Ancient Monuments of the Western Isles: A Visitor's Guide to the Principal Historic Sites and Monuments

By: Noel Fojut, Denys Pringle, Bruce Walker

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, HMSO: 1994

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 10017


New, unread, unmarked. A colorful guide to the archaeological and architectural heritage of the Western Isles of Scotland, concentrating on some of the best preserved sites and monuments that can be visited by the public. As an illustrated tour of the important sites,the book traces the pregress of human habitation in the islands from the Neolithic period to modern times. ; 72 pages View more info

Excavations on Hirta 1986-90

By: Norman Emery

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, Scotland, HMSO: 1996

Seller ID: 3714


Unread, unmarked. The results of an archaeological expedition on St. Kilda and Hirta; a fascinating insight into the culture and habits of the island's inhabitants from the Medieval period to the present time. View more info

Scotland BC: An Introduction to the Prehistoric Houses, Tombs, Ceremonial Monuments and Fortifications in the Care of the Secretary of State for Scotland

By: Ritchie, Anna

Price: $12.99

Publisher: Edinburgh, Scotland, HMSO: 1988

Seller ID: 3267


New, unread, unmarked. 80 pp, all in color. Index. View more info

Wales: Castles and Historic Places

By: Robinson, David M.; Thomas, Roger S.

Price: $9.40

Publisher: Cardiff, UK, Wales Tourist Board: 1990

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1570


Unread, unmarked, minimal shelf wear including light creases to wrappers. 136 pp. Color photos on every page. 12 color maps. View more info

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A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales: Glamorgan and Gwent

By: Whittle, Elisabeth

Price: $12.50

Publisher: London, HMSO: 1992

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1447


New, unread with minor shelf wear such as lightly soiled edges. Lightly tanning text. lllus. with b/w photos, plans, diagrams, map. Index, bibliography, glossary, chronology. From lonely upland cairns to peaceful monastic ruins, from cliff-top hillforts to impregnable castles, this guidebook explores the whole range of the ancient and historic monuments of south-east Wales. It covers over 30,000 years of history, from the first appearance of man in the area to the mid-16... View more info