Title: The North East: English Heritage
Publication Date: 2006
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
256 p. England's Landscape S., v. 7. Audience: General/trade. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # ABE.0017219
Synopsis: The most detailed description of why the countryside of England now looks the way it does, covering the geology, archaeology and history of each area and what effects each has had on the landscape we see today. It includes: The Environmental Setting and Human Occupation - Prof Fred Aalen; Landscapes of the Prehistoric and Roman Period - Dr. Christopher Tolan-Smith; The Middle Ages - Dr. Dick Lomas/Dr. Richard Muir; Components of the Landscape - Prof Fred Aalen/Dr. Richard Muir; Modern Period from c1600 - Prof Don Macraild and Mr. A. W. Purdue; Landscape Components - Prof Fred Aalen/Dr. Richard Muir; Townscapes and Cityscapes - Dr. Thomas Faulkner and Ms Linda Polley; Communications and Routeways - Dr. Richard Muir; A Mosaic of Landscapes - Dr. Richard Muir/Prof Fred Aalen; Art and the North East Landscape - Andrew Greg; and Landscape change, conservation and management - Prof Fred Aalen.
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