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Hillforts of England and Wales (Shire Archaeology) (edition 2008)

by James Dyer (Author)

Series: Shire Archaeology (16)

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The purpose the hillforts served is examined in this book. It also describes how the defences were constructed, the design of the entrances, and the buildings that were erected inside.
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Title:Hillforts of England and Wales (Shire Archaeology)
Authors:James Dyer (Author)
Info:Shire Publications (2008), Edition: 2, 64 pages
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