By: Robert Woodside and James Crow
160 pages, Col photos, b/w photos
Hadrian's wall has captivated antiquaries and archaeologists for almost 300 years, but this is the first book to explore the surrounding landscape as a whole. More than just archaeology, this is the story of people's lives and how they have shaped this remote corner of Northumberland.
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