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Ancient Portland - Archaeology of the Isle

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The Isle of Portland, a small peninsula off the coast of Dorset is only about 4 miles long and a mile wide but from its quarries have come the Jurassic limestone used for many of the country's greatest buildings. Many finds of archaeological importance have been found on Portland and it would seem that almost every period of the past has been represented in one way or another and this book is the result of many years of interest in the archaeology of the Isle of Portland.

Condition: Apart from a previous price pencilled on to the front cover there is minimal evidence of shelf wear. The binding is tight and the pages clean.

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Author(s):
Palmer, Susann
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Edition:
Second Edition, 1999
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
82
Publisher:
S. Palmer
Title:
Ancient Portland - Archaeology of the Isle

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The Isle of Portland, a small peninsula off the coast of Dorset is only about 4 miles long and a mile wide but from its quarries have come the Jurassic limestone used for many of the country's greatest buildings. Many finds of archaeological importance have been found on Portland and it would seem that almost every period of the past has been represented in one way or another and this book is the result of many years of interest in the archaeology of the Isle of Portland.

Condition: Apart from a previous price pencilled on to the front cover there is minimal evidence of shelf wear. The binding is tight and the pages clean.

Author(s):
Palmer, Susann
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Edition:
Second Edition, 1999
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
82
Publisher:
S. Palmer
Title:
Ancient Portland - Archaeology of the Isle

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