By: Michael Reed
387 pages, 126 b/w photos, maps
The landscape of late 20th-century Britain is the end product of some 10,000 years of human effort directed not only towards satisfying basic physical needs for food and shelter, but also towards expressing profound spiritual and intellectual aspirations, whether by means of burial mounds or churches, schools or monasteries. Michael Reed shows how past generations made their individual contributions.
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