The Penguin Atlas of British & Irish History
Barry W. Cunliffe
Penguin, 2001 - Grande-Bretagne - Histoire - 320 pages
The Penguin Atlas of British and Irish History is a comprehensive guide to the richly eventful history of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Drawing on the very latest findings of historians and archaeologists, and illustrated throughout with detailed maps and photographs, it follows the story of the British Isles from the arrival of the first humans half a million years ago right up to the present day.
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Preface 84 Britain the Crusades Io Consultant Editors Contributors 86 Castles 88 The Plantagenet Hegemony 92 Medieval Landscapes º PART ONE ...
Britains Earliest Humans
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Anglo-Saxon areas army battle became boroughs BRITA IN Cº BRITAIN & IRELAND Britain and Ireland British Isles Bronze Age built burial campaign Caratacus Castle Catholic Celtic Celtic languages cent centre century Charles Church Cº IRE LAND colonial conquest counties Dál Riata defeat defence developed dominated Dublin early EARLY MODERN BRITAIN East economic Edward empire enclosure England English established Europe forces founded France French Gaelic German Gwynedd Henry hill-forts House industrial Irish Jacobite king kingdom labour London Lord major medieval ment military million Neolithic North northern º º º ºº Orkney parliament parliamentary political population port raids railway rebellion reform region remained Roman Roman Britain royal royalist Scotland Scots Scottish settlement ships Sinn Féin social South territory tion towns trade troops U-boat Union VAL BRITA victory Viking Wales Welsh Wessex West William