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The Highlands (Exploring Scotlands Heritage S ) by No Author

2014-09-09

Book Description: The Highlands contains a wealth of fascinating information. From Culloden battlefield to Fort George, it testifies to the areas turbulent past which was dominated by the Highland chiefs and forms such an integral part of Scottish heritage. From the Inside Flap: Exploring Scotlands Heritage Series provides an up-to-date and authoritative introduction to the rich archaeological heritage of Scotland. Each book tells the story of one part of Scotland, tracing human impressions on the landscape from World War II relics back to the earliest pioneer days of settlement. The details are filled in by a gazetteer of the most interesting and best preserved monuments and each new edition also features a full-colour Excursions section with easy to follow trips. : : The Highlands contains a wealth of fascinating information. From Culloden battlefield to Fort George, it testifies to the areas turbulent past which was dominated by the Highland chiefs and forms such an integral part of Scottish heritage. The great diversity of buildings and monuments celebrated here provides an illustrated history of life in the Highlands; how people have lived and what they have built. edition.Comments: CLEAN AND VERY GOOD . Format: Paperback. Pages: 184.



DK Eyewitness Travel Guides: London (Eyewitness Travel Guides) by Jane Ewart

2014-05-27

Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Travel Guide; soft cover; 432 pages including maps,plans, comprehensive index, and colourful illustrations throughout. Synopsis This guide takes you to the real London, with cutaways of famous buildings and information on the pick of hotels, restaurants and pubs. It aims to provide inside knowledge on how to get the most out of this eclectic city. Condition: As New



Oxford And The Thames by Ward Lock

2012-07-20

Ward Lock ; 1962 Red Guide. red cloth hard back no dust jacket; 192 pages including index plus advertisements; 5 folding maps Condition: very clean, complete and good- inc



Eternal Greece by Warner, Rex

2011-04-11

Thames and Hudson hardback in dust jacket 176 pages:93 high quality b/w , and 6 colour photographic plates. Condition: price corner removed- gift inscription to end paper. overall very clean and good .



History of Japan by Mason, R H P

2011-03-22

Comments: cover stressed , book clean . Format: Hardcover. Pages: 334.



Old Southgate by Herbert W Newby

2010-02-14

T Grove, London; 1949 first edition: 120 pages; black and white photographic illustations throughout; maps to end papers.Synopsis; A collection of stories and photographs collected during the aithor's lifeime in andquot;the villageandquot;. His description of the vast growth of the London Suberb within two generations. Condition: Edges of dust cover ( under a protective plastic covering ) worn; contents very clean and good.



Epping Forest with maps by Edward North Buxton.

2009-12-07

Edward Stanford, London 1923; green cloth hard cover with black lettering ; 182 pages including index; 6 fold-out maps in colour; black and white illustrations. Synopsis; Epping Forest as it was in the 1920's, with detailed description of its history, topography, animals and birds, entomology, flora, fungi, geology and forest management. Condition: very clean and good. An interesting and collectable book.



Florence: The Biography of a City by Christopher Hibbert

2009-11-14

Viking 1993; first edition soft cover; 398 pages; b/w and colour illustrated. Synopsis Examines the artistic heritage of Florence in the light of the city's turbulent history. This is not only an account of the city of Dante and Machiavelli, but a practical guidebook. The author also wrote biographies of London, Rome and Venice. Eminently readable account of the history behind the art, January 15, 2000 Review: A reader from UK writes- Only Hibbert could write 'the biography of a city'. He brings Florence alive with his lively narrative while not skimping on the historical detail. The most andquot;unstuffyandquot; history book I have ever read, it only serves to make me want to jump on a plane immediately and re-explore this fascinating city. Whether a traveller or historian this is an indispensable book. Condition As new



The Wealden District fourth edition British Regional Geology by R W Galloise

2009-09-03

Her Majesty's Stationery office 1965: Produced by the Natural and Environmental Research Council Institute of Geological Sciences : fourth edition paperback: approximately 6 x 9.5 inches tall: 101 pages including index: black and white diagrams and tables: black and white illustrations: black and white maps including fold-in geological sketch map of the Wealden District. Condition: edges slightly rubbed: overall very clean and good



Southwest England third edition British regional geology by EA Edmonds. M C Mc Keown . M. Williams. H. Dewey

2009-09-03

Her Majesty's Stationery office 1969: Natural Environment Research Council Institute of Geological Sciences third edition paperback: approximately 6 x 9.5 inches tall: 130 pages including index: black and white and coloured diagrams and tables: black and white illustrations: black and white maps including fold-in chart of the classification and stratigraphy of the Carboniferous and uppermost Devonian rocks of South West England. Condition: edges rubbed: overall clean and good



Central England third edition British Regional Geology by B A Hains. F H Edmunds

2009-09-03

Her Majesty's Stationery office 1969: Natural Environmental Research Council Institute of Geological Sciences third edition paperback: approximately 6 x 9.5 inches tall: 142 pages including index: black and white diagrams and tables: black and white illustrations: black and white maps including fold-in diagram of Generalised Sections of the Lower and Middle Coal Measures of the Coalfields of Central England : fold-in sketch map of the solid geology of Central England : and fold-in physiographic map of Central England . Condition: edges rubbed: overall clean and good



The Welsh Borderland third edition British regional geology by J R Earp B A Hains R W. Pocock T. H. Whitehead

2009-09-03

Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1971: Natural Environment Research Council Institute of Geological Sciences : third edition paperback: approximately 6 x 9.5 inches tall: 118 pages including index: black and white and coloured diagrams, tables, illustrations and maps including fold-in Map of the Silurian Rocks of the Ludlow Anticline; and fold- in map of the Ordovician Rocks of the Stiperstones, Shelve and Chirbury Area,Shropshire. Condition: Cover slightly marked: edges slightly rubbed: overall clean and good



The Search for El Dorado by John Hemming

2009-01-05

Michael Joseph 1978 first edition; hardback in dust jacket; gift inscribed by author; 223 pages including index; b/w illustrated throughout. Condition Authorship inscription; as new



The land of the Great Sophy by Roger Stevens

2008-12-19

Methuen 1962 first edition: dark blue cloth in decorative dust jacket: 291 pages including index: black and white photographic illustrations: maps drawn by Maureen Verity: maps to end papers. Synopsis: A detailed description and history of the vast and romantic wedge of land known today as Iran, previously Persia. Chapters are: Part 1 - The Setting:-The land and its People; History. Religion; Zoroastrianism , Islam, Baha'ism : Art; Buildings, Bronzes, Pottery , Carpets, Architectural Ornament, Pictorial and Minor Arts.Part 2- South of the Elburz; To Khorasan; The Caspian Rain-belt; To Azerbaijan; Media; Isfahan; South of the Desert; Fars; Khusistan and The Gulf. Condition: price corner removed; dust jacket slightly discoloured through wear; overall very clean and good