Shetland

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Anna Ritchie
Stationery Office, 1997 - Travel - 148 pages
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Examining Shetland's heritage, this work includes a look at an 18th-century fort in Lerwick, a Viking-age farm beside Sumburgh Airport, Scotland's best-preserved iron-age broch on the island of Mousa, tombstones, and storehouses that illustrate Shetland's North Sea trade.

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Contents

EXCURSIONS
21
MILITARY ARCHITECTURE AND LIGHTHOUSES
45
COUNTRY MANSIONS AND LAIRDS HOUSES
63
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Anna Ritchie is President of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Graham Ritchie is Head of the National Monuments Record for Scotland and an Investigator with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Their publications include Scotland: Archaeology and Early
History. Anna Ritchie is General Editor for the Exploring Scotland's Heritage series and Graham Ritchie has contributed to several of the Pevsner Buildings of Scotland series.

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