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English Landscapes.

By: Hoskins, W. G.

Price: £13.50

Publisher: UK, British Broadcasting Corporation: 1973

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03258

ISBN: 0563124075

Condition: Good


The English landscape is the oldest and richest record we possess. For some four thousand years it has been written upon over and over again in a kind of code. This book shows how to read what the widely different landscapes are saying in their own way. The text block is lightly tanned and stained and the covers shows edge wear and light fading. A good , tight copy. View more info

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One Man's England

By: Hoskins,W.G.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: UK, BBC Books: 1978

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03655

ISBN: 0563175192

Condition: Very Good


In these twelve illustrated essays, ranging from the Scottish Border down to the westernmost tip of Cornwall, Professor Hoskins explains the complex historical evolution of particular areas he discusses in a way that shows us how to understand our surroundings. The covers have light creasing on the corners and spine edge. A good , clean and tight copy. View more info

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Aspects of the Medieval Landscape of Somerset

By: Michael Aston

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Somerset Books: 1992

Edition: 2nd Edition

Sellers ID: 04377

ISBN: 0861831292

Condition: Very Good


Many of the traditional features of the landscape which characterise the Somerset countryside today have their origins in the medieval period. This book gives an insight and understanding into this rich and diverse county. There is a crease to the top front corner. View more info

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The Making Of The British Landscape: From the Ice Age to the Present

By: Nicolas Crane

Price: £18.00

Publisher: UK, Weidenfeld & Nicholson: 2016

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 04445

ISBN: 0297856669

Condition: Near Fine


How much do we really know about the place we call ' home' ? In this sweeping. timely book, Nicholas Crane tells the story of Britain. The British landscape has been occupied by humans for 12,000 years, and in that time, it has been transformed from a European peninsula of glacier and tundra to an island of glittering cities and exquisite countryside. A good, and clean copy. View more info