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90 black & white halftones, 100 black & white line drawings
Ian Ralston, John Hunter
2nd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
1. British Archaeology since the End of the Second World War 2. The Lateglacial or Late and Final Upper Palaeolithic Colonization of Britain 3. Hunter-Gathers of the Mesolithic 4. The Neolithic Period, c. 4000-2500/2200 BC 5. The Earlier Bronze Age 6. The Later Bronze Age 7. The Iron Age 8. Roman Britain: The Military Dimension 9. Roman Britain: Civil and Rural Society 10. The Celtic West and North 11. Early Historic Britain 12.The Scandinavian Presence 13. Landscapes of the Middle Ages: Towns 1050-1500 14. Landscapes of the Middle Ages: Churches, Castles and Monasteries 15. Landscapes of the Middles Ages: Rural Settlement and Manors 16. The Historical Geography of Britain from AD 1500: Landscape and Townscape 17. The Workshop of the World: The Industrial Revolution 18. The Archaeology of Twentieth Century Britain 19. Reeling in the Years: The Past in the Present
University of Birmingham, UK University of Edinburgh, UK