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Historical Review

English Heritage Historical Review - Volume 3

English Heritage Historical Review - Volume 3

…English Heritage properties including landscapes structures and their contents. It demonstrates English Heritage's commitment to providing new historical interpretations which stimulate discussion and debate.The contributors to join the journal include English Heritage historians archaeologists…

£10.00

The Dumpy Princess

The Dumpy Princess

…Nicholas Tucker Independent A witty approach to history that is comically illustrated by Sophie Foster Ham & High A lively read. Historic Novels Review Admittedly a fair amount of poetic licence has been employed but the resulting story complemented by endearing and witty illustrations…

£6.50

Englands Coastal Heritage

Englands Coastal Heritage

…other recent coastal historic environment studies. The book will include an introduction to the coastal historic environment a consideration of long-term coastal change an outline of survey recording and characterisation methodology a national review of the coastal historic environment and a…

£50.00

Science in Archaeology

Science in Archaeology

…held in London in February 1997; their theme is the contribution of the sciences to archaeology. Each paper includes an element of reporting and review but more importantly helps set an agenda for the future by identifying archaeological questions that existing scientific techniques or refinements…

£30.00

Practical Building Conservation: Conservation Basics

Practical Building Conservation: Conservation Basics

…condition are reviewed. Ecological Considerations examines the relationship between the natural and historic environments and emphasises the importance of understanding the ecological interest of historic places and how to reconcile conflicts between fauna and flora and historic buildings.Managing…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Stone

Practical Building Conservation: Stone

…and chemist who has specialised in finding suitable stone to repair or replace historic fabric. Graham Lott works for the British Geological Survey where he has built up much of their information base on historic stone and quarries and is working with English Heritage on a major study of stone…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Mortars, Renders & Plasters

Practical Building Conservation: Mortars, Renders & Plasters

…About this book; Using these books; Part I Materials and History of Use: Introduction; Mortars renders and plasters: a historical perspective; Historic mortars: materials; Historic mortars: preparation. Part II Deterioration and Damage: Inherent causes of deterioration; Environmental causes of…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Timber

Practical Building Conservation: Timber

This volume Timber deals with wide-ranging use of the material in historic buildings from vast structural timber-frames through to high-class joinery and simple fixings. Particular attention is paid to how and why timber decays or faults occur and the methods of assessing and dealing with this. The…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Metals

Practical Building Conservation: Metals

…Contributors:Patrick Baty David Farrell Rupert Harris Geoffrey WallisPatrick Baty is a historian specialising in the paints and colours used to decorate historic buildings. Dr David Farrell is a corrosion engineer specialising in metal conservation. Rupert Harris is a conservator specialising in all…

£80.00

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