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Ships of the Port of London: first to eleventh centuries AD

Peter Richard Valentine Marsden, English Heritage - Social Science - 1994 - 237 pages
This report is the first full study of the remains of ships and boats used in the port of London from the first to the eleventh century AD. Using evidence from the vessels ...
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Movers and shakers of Victorian England

P. J. Harris, English Heritage, Think Books - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 160 pages
Who were the major figures that shaped English society at this time of industrial triumph, pioneering engineering, a mighty British Empire, social decorum and a quite ...
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Europe's deadly century: perspectives on 20th-century conflict heritage

Neil Forbes, Robin Page, Guillermo Pérez, English Heritage, Culture 2000 (Program) - History - 2009 - 153 pages
In the course of Europe's twentieth century, freedoms were won at the cost of terrible sacrifice. The physical remains of war, conflict and ideological struggle lie everywhere ...
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A future for the past: a joint conference of English Heritage and the ...

Jeanne Marie Teutonico, English Heritage - Antiques & Collectibles - 1996 - 122 pages
The conference proceedings report on the first three years of strategic technical research in English Heritage's cathedral grants scheme. The scientific and technical ...
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London's country house collections

Julius Bryant, English Heritage - Architecture - 1993 - 144 pages
Describes the collections of artwork and furniture of four restored English houses: Ranger's House, Chiswick House, Marble Hill House, and the Iveagh bequest at Kenwood House
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Wearmouth and Jarrow monastic sites, Volume 2

Rosemary Cramp, Gladys Bettess, English Heritage - History - 2006 - 676 pages
Founded by Benedict Biscop in the late 7th century, the twin monastery of Wearmouth and Jarrow achieved an international reputation through the writings of Bede. Destroyed in ...
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