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Roman Numeral Frosted Notepad

Roman Numeral Frosted Notepad

This popular black frosted notepad featuring a roman numeral design on front.

£2.75

Stonehenge - Earth and Sky

Stonehenge - Earth and Sky

Stonehenge – Earth and Sky tells the story in broad terms of Stonehenge from the discoveries long buried in the earth to the numerics and alignment.Key Features:48 pagesPaperbackPublished in 2004

£5.99

Guidebook: Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

Guidebook: Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

…the opulent interiors of the family rooms to the solidly practical servants' wing together with the delightful gardens. It includes a history of the Thellusson and Grant-Dalton families illustrated by numerous photographs from the family albums.Key Features:48 pagesPaperbackPublished in 2014

£4.00

The Waterloo Companion:

The Waterloo Companion:

…of those who fought upon this most celebrated of all battlefields.The many full-colour maps all specially commissioned for the book and the numerous diagrams and photographs the majority in colour as well as sixteen pages of original paintings make the book a feast for the eyes and a collector's…

£45.00

Guidebook: Byland Abbey

Guidebook: Byland Abbey

…the three great monasteries of the north alongside Rievaulx and Fountains. But its beginnings were unpromising: it was only after 43 years and numerous moves from one unsuitable site to another that the community of Byland found its permanent home. It started life across the Pennines as a monastery…

£3.00

Art Deco: The Golden Age of Graphic Art & Illustration

Art Deco: The Golden Age of Graphic Art & Illustration

…Art Deco movement such as Georges Barbier Erte Cassandre and Paul Colin. While the main focus for this intriguing book is centred on graphic art numerous examples of other forms of Art Deco are also featured. Nestled among the posters and paintings sculpture objets d'art and jewellery assert…

£20.00

Food for Free

Food for Free

…identification field notes and artwork. Understand and learn about the fascinating edible species that you may come across and with the help of the numerous recipes also included find out the best way to pick and enjoy them.Beautifully illustrated and written ‘Food for Free’ will inspire…

£12.99

Birdoswald

Birdoswald

…and a construction camp on the river promontory. These structures were replaced by a turf and timber fort and then a stone fort which underwent numerous additions and changes in the second to fourth centuries including periods of desertion and reoccupation.In the late fourth or early fifth century…

£30.00

Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England

Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England

…barrows and several outworks some of them defensive. The abundant cultural material preserved in its ditches and pits provides information about numerous aspects of contemporary society among them conflict feasting the treatment of the human corpse exchange stock management and cereal cultivation.…

£50.00

The Last Days of Richard III & the Fate of His DNA

The Last Days of Richard III & the Fate of His DNA

…ASHDOWN-HILL is an historian and member of the Royal Historical Society the Society of Genealogists and the Richard III Society. He writes numerous articles for The Ricardian and is the author of Eleanor the Secret Queen Richard III s Beloved Cousyn and Royal Marriage Secrets (all The History…

£9.99

The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills

…period the Malverns were in effect a ritual landscape against which various religious rites were played out. The paramount importance of the numerous springs of pure water that issue from the monuments that have traditionally drawn archaeologists but by considering the landscape as a whole it…

£16.99

McMorran & Whitby

McMorran & Whitby

…Devon County Hall in Exeter various buildings at Nottingham University West Suffolk County Council buildings in Bury St Edmunds but above all numerous significant commissions for the City Corporation such as Wood Street Police Station and the extension to the Central Criminal Courts commonly known…

£10.00

English Garden Cities

English Garden Cities

…when Earl Grey proclaimed the Letchworth Garden City Estate open. Letchworth was followed by Hampstead Garden Suburb Welwyn Garden City and numerous smaller developments and Garden City ideas informed both inter-war housing policy and New Town planning after the Second World War. Present-day…

£9.99

Stonehenge and Avebury Map

Stonehenge and Avebury Map

…monuments. Stonehenge is the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world while Avebury is the largest. Around them lie numerous other monuments and sites which demonstrate over 2000 years of continuous use. Together they form a unique prehistoric landscape.There is no…

£9.99

The Wipers Times

The Wipers Times

…editor writer and researcher. Formerly of Arms and Armour Press and Duncan Baird Publishing he is a specialist interest in military history and aviation. Chris is the author of The Commando Pocket Manual 1950-1945 (Conway 2012) amongst numerous other titles.Date Published 10th September 2013

£5.00

Guidebook: Silchester Roman Town

Guidebook: Silchester Roman Town

…display at Reading Museum. The guidebook is illustrated with specially commissioned photography an extensive selection of historic images and numerous objects found on the site by both antiquarians and university archaeologists all of which shed light on the life of the Iron Age and Roman…

£3.50

Paddington Station

Paddington Station

…the Author Steven Brindle Steven Brindle MA Dphil FSA is an English Heritage historian and author of best-selling books on Brunel and on Paddington Station. He has written numerous guidebooks for English Heritage including the recently published 'Whitby Abbey'.Publish Date: June 2013

£25.00

Played in Birmingham

Played in Birmingham

…ever known.Birmingham was the cradle of lawn tennis in the 1860s and the setting for the world's first snooker championships in 1927. Its numerous workshops have also been responsible for supplying medals cups and trophies for generations of international competitions plus no fewer than 200…

£14.99

Played in London

Played in London

…offering yet from the acclaimed Played in Britain series. Capital sport guaranteed.About the AuthorSimon Inglis has written and contributed to numerous books on the history architecture and heritage of sport. He is editor of the Played in Britain series.ContentsHistorical overview of sport in…

£25.00

The First World War

The First World War

…of Birmingham a Vice-President of the Western Front Association and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Peter Simkins is the author of numerous publications on the Great War including the book Kitchener's Army (1988) which was awarded the Templar Medal by the Society for Army Historical…

£20.00

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