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The Peak District Landscapes Through Time

By: John Barnatt and Ken Smith
158 pages, Col and b/w illus, maps
Publisher: Windgather Press
The Peak District
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  • The Peak District ISBN: 9780954557553 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The Peak District - Britain's first National Park - has some of Britain's richest archaeological landscapes. This new edition of the indispensable introduction and guide to the area's landscape draws on the extensive archaeological research that has taken place in the Peak since 1997. With new maps and interpretations, it tells the story of a famous landscape's evolution.

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By: John Barnatt and Ken Smith
158 pages, Col and b/w illus, maps
Publisher: Windgather Press
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