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The Archaeology of the Chilterns - From the Ice Age to the Norman Conquest

£19.99

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This softcover book is in a fair condition overall. The book has obvious issues with wear, most noticeable stain on the back cover that has affected a selection of pages towards the back of the book as well. The stain is obvious and visible on the inside of the back cover, and then a selection of a visible creasing, noticeable when seen and touched. There are also some issues with foxing on the edges of the pages towards the top corners. The rest of the book fares much better, and hopefully the issues mentioned will not impact enjoyment of the book overall.

'The Archaeology of the Chilterns traces the history of human settlement in and around the Chiltern Hills from the last Ice Age up to the time of the Norman Conquest. Profusely illustrated, the book brings alive the major episodes in the story of Chiltern dwellers.'

Item details

Author(s):
Keith Branigan (Editor)
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.5 inches
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951634518
ISBN-13:
9780951634516
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
Chess Valley Archaeological & Historical Society
Title:
The Archaeology of the Chilterns - From the Ice Age to the Norman Conquest

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This softcover book is in a fair condition overall. The book has obvious issues with wear, most noticeable stain on the back cover that has affected a selection of pages towards the back of the book as well. The stain is obvious and visible on the inside of the back cover, and then a selection of a visible creasing, noticeable when seen and touched. There are also some issues with foxing on the edges of the pages towards the top corners. The rest of the book fares much better, and hopefully the issues mentioned will not impact enjoyment of the book overall.

'The Archaeology of the Chilterns traces the history of human settlement in and around the Chiltern Hills from the last Ice Age up to the time of the Norman Conquest. Profusely illustrated, the book brings alive the major episodes in the story of Chiltern dwellers.'

Author(s):
Keith Branigan (Editor)
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.5 inches
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951634518
ISBN-13:
9780951634516
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
Chess Valley Archaeological & Historical Society
Title:
The Archaeology of the Chilterns - From the Ice Age to the Norman Conquest

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