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Early Modern and Modern

£114.00
Author:
Paul Cockerham
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
631pp. Includes 13 maps, 264 figures illustrations and plates, 8 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841719450
BAR number:
B412
'Memorialisation and the Cornish Funeral Monument Industry 1497-1660' presents an extensive appraisal of several cohesive style groups of... More
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£65.00
Author:
Judith A. Cannell
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
Paperback:
303pp. Includes 42 tables, 75 figures, maps (including one in colour) plans drawings and photographs. Appendices, with additional material online (Appendix III The woods database)
ISBN:
9781841718774
BAR number:
B398
The subject of this work is the archaeology of exploitation of woodland on and around Exmoor, in south-west England.It fits into the... More
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The Forest, Park and Palace of Clarendon, c.1200-c.1650
Reconstructing an actual, conceptual and documented Wiltshire landscape
£40.00
Sub Title:
Reconstructing an actual, conceptual and documented Wiltshire landscape
Author:
Amanda Richardson
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
Paperback:
185pp. Includes 8 tabl
ISBN:
9781841718255
BAR number:
B387
The main argument of this thesis is that the landscape and locality of Clarendon Forest and Park (some 6 km east of Salisbury, Wiltshire,... More
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The Dynamics of Regionalisation and Trade: Yorkshire Clay Tobacco Pipes c1600-1800
The Dynamics of Regionalisation and Trade: Yorkshire Clay Tobacco Pipes c1600-1800
£110.00
Author:
S. D. White
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
Paperback:
580pp, Includes 283 figures, maps, plans, plates and drawings, 54 tables
ISBN:
9781841716299
BAR number:
B374
Sub Title:
The Dynamics of Regionalisation and Trade: Yorkshire Clay Tobacco Pipes c1600-1800
Sub-series name:
The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe, 18
As early as the eighteenth century clay tobacco pipes attracted the attention of antiquaries.In more recent years clay tobacco pipes have... More
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Carrstone in Norfolk Buildings
Distribution, use, associates and influences
£41.00
Sub Title:
Distribution, use, associates and influences
Author:
J. R. L. Allen
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
Paperback:
141pp. Includes 6 tables, 93 figures, plans, maps, drawings, 49 plates illustrations including 27 in full colour.
ISBN:
9781841716138
BAR number:
B371
The purpose of this monograph is to examine, primarily from a geological perspective, the distribution and use of indigenous construction... More
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£88.00
Author:
S. Paul Jung Jr. Edited by David A Higgins
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English
Paperback:
404pp, Includes 191 figures, drawings, illustrations and photographs
ISBN:
9781841715285
BAR number:
B352
Sub-series name:
The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe, 17
The latest volume in the BAR series The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe is the first to be devoted entirely to the history and... More
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£30.00
Editors:
James Symonds with contributions from Victoria Beauchamp and Joan Unwin and foreword by John C. Bramah, Master Cutler
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
138pp, Includes 77 figures, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, 5 tables list of sites
ISBN:
9781841714585
BAR number:
B341
Sub-series name:
ARCUS Studies in Historical Archaeology, 1
“'Made in Sheffield'” still carries a huge amount of credibility, both nationally and abroad. These pages chronicle the history of the... More
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Urbanisation and Child Health in Medieval and Post-Medieval England
An assessment of the morbidity and mortality of non-adult skeletons from the cemetries of two urban and two rural sites in England (AD 850-1859)
£25.00
Sub Title:
An assessment of the morbidity and mortality of non-adult skeletons from the cemetries of two urban and two rural sites in England (AD 850-1859)
Author:
Mary Lewis
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
96pp. Includes 29 figures, tables. Appendices
ISBN:
9781841714462
BAR number:
B339
This book developed out of the need to address the issues surrounding the potential impact of urbanization and later, industrialization,... More
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Aberglasney House and Gardens
Archaeology, history and architecture
£30.00
Sub Title:
Archaeology, history and architecture
Author:
Kevin Blockley and Ian Halfpenney. Illustrations by Attila Csaba.
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
135pp. Includes black and white illustrations, tables
ISBN:
9781841714097
BAR number:
B334
Aberglasney comprises a substantial house, outbuildings walled gardens, wooded areas, and a Yew tunnel. It is situated in the Tywi valley... More
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Patterns of Re-use
The transformation of former monastic buildings in post-Dissolution Hertfordshire, 1540-1600
£52.00
Sub Title:
The transformation of former monastic buildings in post-Dissolution Hertfordshire, 1540-1600
Author:
Nicholas Doggett
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
235pp. Includes 25 black and white photographs and drawings, Appendix with detailed architectural description of sites
ISBN:
9781841712963
BAR number:
B331
The adaptive re-use of English monastic buildings in the second half of the 16th century has been relatively little studied. With a few... More
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Church Monuments in Norfolk before 1850
An archaeology of commemoration
£64.00
Sub Title:
An archaeology of commemoration
Author:
Jonathan Finch
Publication Year:
2000
Language:
English
Paperback:
290pp. Includes 71 plates, 16 tables, 49 figures index.
ISBN:
9781841712093
BAR number:
B317
This study of pre-1850 church monuments from Norfolk, aims to marry together the understanding of material artefacts developed in... More
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The Reception of Classical Art in Britain
An Oxford story of plaster casts from the Antique
£105.00
Author:
Donna Kurtz
Publication Year:
2000
Language:
English
Paperback:
488pp, Includes 150 illustrations.
ISBN:
9781841710921
BAR number:
B308
Sub Title:
An Oxford story of plaster casts from the Antique
Sub-series name:
Beazley Archive - Studies in the History of Collections, 1
The first volume in the series Studies in the History of Collections, this work places archaeology, history of art, and British... More
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