IRON-AGE SOCIETIES From Tribe to State in Northern Europe, 500 BC to AD 700
Blackwell , 1992 First Edition. Book Condition: Near Fine Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Size: 9" x 6" approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: History; ISBN: 0631171061. Inventory No: 0034374. (Book ref. 0034374) £10.00
The Environment of Man: the Iron Age to the Anglo-Saxon Period.
Oxford: B.A.R., 1981. First edition (softcover). 4to, [vii], 336pp. Text figures. Original printed blue card wrappers. Covers lightly rubbed and creased, else this copy is in very good condition. B A R British Series 87. ISBN 0860541282 (Book ref. 27176) £20.00
The European Iron Age.
London: B T Batsford, 1984. First edition (softcover). 8vo, 192pp. 55 illustrations. Original laminated wrappers. This copy is in very good condition. ISBN 071343452X (Book ref. 27201) £9.50
SETTLEMENT SITES OF THE LATE PRE-ROMAN IRON AGE IN THE SOMERSET LEVELS
Somerset Archaeological And Natural History Society, 1969. Reprinted from Society's Proceedings vol 113. Tall 8vo. Original printed card covers (softback) (signed by authors on front cover). Pp. 17-55 (no other inscriptions), illus with b&w figures in text. (Book ref. 55398) £9.50
The Oldest Irish Tradition: A Window on the Iron Age
Llanerch 1999 1861430809. Paperback (Book ref. 2335) £7.00
The Iron Age and its Hill-Forts
Southampton: Southampton University Archaeological Society, 1971. 1st Edition. Hardcover. /Dust Jacket Included. First Edition. 4to. Grey cloth with gilt titles. Glassine jacket. 220 pp. B/w illustrations, plans, maps. Very clean. No inscriptions. VG+ (Book ref. 08861) £15.00
The Bog People: Iron-Age Man Preserved
London: Faber & Faber, 1977. Softcover. First Uk Softcover Edition. 8vo. Softcover. 200 pp. B/w plates throughout. Very clean. No inscriptions. VG (Book ref. 07670) £7.50
Southern Africa During The Iron Age
London: Thames & Hudson, 1965. First Edition. A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. Some foxing to page ends. 222pp. 56 photographs. 39 line drawings. 11 maps. This is volume 46 in the Ancient Peoples and Places series. (Book ref. 1548) £8.00
British prehistory. A new outline.
London: Gerald Duckworth, 1980. 3rd imp. Good+ grey p/b with black illus & white lettering. 14cms x 21.75cms, xiv+348pp. 42 b/w figures. Preface, 6 chaps, bib & notes, index. Dusty page edges; small inscrip 1st page; o/w clean, unmarked copy. Weight 367g. 0715606719. (Book ref. 2495) £4.50
Everyday life in prehistoric times.
London: Batsford, 1959. Revised: Marjorie Quennell. 1st pub, revised in one volume. VG navy cloth h/b with gilt lettering to spine; VG col illus d/w with white lettering, not pc or chipped, in protective wrapper. 14.5cms x 22.25cms, 226pp. Top edge red. Col frontis + 162 b/w illus.Sl wear to bottom covers & sl bump bottom right cover. Clean, unmarked copy. Weight 560g. (Book ref. 2095) £8.50
Elizabethan England. Life in an age of adventure.
London: Readers Digest, 1993. Foreword: A.L.Rowse. Reprint with amendments. VG+ blue cloth h/b with gilt lettering to spine; VG+ col illus d/w with white lettering on blue background, not pc or chipped. 20cms x 26cms, 320pp. Grey/blue illus eps. Col & b/w illus throughout. Foreword, 10 chaps, Elizabethan heritage + index. Clean, unmarked copy. Weight 1068g. 0276002385. (Book ref. 2448) £7.50
Discovering regional archaelogy: Wessex
Tring: Shire, 1971. 1st. VG red cover p/b with b/w illus on front. 11.5cms x 18cms, 80pp. Time chart, preface, 2 section (Dorset & Wiltshire). 5 b/w line drawings, 29 b/w photos. Weight 81g. 852631227. (Book ref. 717) £5.00
Exploring Arran's past.
Glasgow: Central Press, 1988. Illus: Jean Forbes. 3rd edn. Nr fine white p/b with brown illus & pattern & red lettering. 15cms x 21cms, 172pp. 56 b/w illus. Intro, 10 chaps, appendix. Clean, unmarked copy. Weight 290g. 0907939058. (Book ref. 2430) £6.00
Ordnance Survey Map of Souther Britain in the Iron Age
Surrey: Ordnance Survey, 1962. Paper Back. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall The covers are a little grubby and there aresmall pieces of wear to the top of the spine and near the lower edge of the spine. (Book ref. 27496) £15.00
The Law and the Prophets. ( The Corridors of Time IX )
Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1936. 1st. Cloth Cover. Very Good/No Dustwrapper. 8vo The concluding volume in the authors' chronological series, this book has 52 illustrations: photographs, line drawings, maps and diagrams. Chapters include: The Revival of the Northern Steppe; An Attempted Recovery in the Riverine Lands of the Near East; Maritime Traders in the Great Sea; Israel; Law and Philosophy in Greece; The King of Kings; India of the Philosophers; Chinese Sages; The Birth of Rome; Iron in Central Europe; The Iron Age in the West; and Philosophers and Barbarians, plus an index. 188 clean pages bound in navy cloth, 8" tall, with bright gilt titles to spine. (Book ref. 030073) £5.00
Danebury, an Iron Age hillfort in Hampshire, volume 5, the excavations 1979-1988: the finds.
London: Council for British Archaeology, 1991. First edition (hardback). 4to, [viii], pp277-493. Text illustrations. Original laminated boards. This copy is in very good condition. From the library of Archaeologist Paul Ashbee, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. ISBN 1872414206 (Book ref. 24263) £35.00
Danebury, an Iron Age hillfort in Hampshire, volume 4, the excavations 1979-1988: the site.
London: Council for British Archaeology, 1991. First edition (hardback). 4to, ix, 276pp. 54 plates, 2 folding plans loose at the back of the book, 8 microfiche in an envelope at the back of the book. Original laminated boards. This copy is in very good condition. From the library of Archaeologist Paul Ashbee, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. ISBN 1872414028 (Book ref. 24262) £50.00
Once around Wandlebury
Cambridge: Cambridge Preservation Society. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine/N/A. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0951065505 Signed by Author signed on the pre-title page by both the author & her husband Bill who is the warden of Wandlebury Country Park & Nature Reserve; front cover illust. is of The Godolphin Arabian by John Wooton (1731) a famous stallion (buried at the stables on the estate) & the best known of the three from whom all the modern thoroughbreds have descended in the male line; profusely illustrated throughout by b/w. photo's. & drawings; "Wandlebury, once an Iron Age hill fort, is situated four-and-a-half miles south of Cambridge on the A1307. The fort is circular, the enclosed area being 15 acres. Wandlebury today is designated a country park and nature reserve. The estate covers some 110 acres, 57 acres being woodland. By the time that this book is in print, the last 18 acres of farmland will have been returned to grassland. Four miles of footpaths, including a nature trail, give all the year round access to the public."; extensive appendices list birds, flowers, mammals, trees & shrubs to be founs at the site; including these, bibliography & index - 126 pages. (Book ref. TOP00098) £15.00
WHITTON AN IRON AGE AND ROMAN FARMSTEAD IN SOUTH GLAMORGAN.
University of Wales Press, Cardiff: 1981. Plates, diagrams, maps, plans some of which are folding, xiii + 262pp, 4to, couple of short tears to dustwrapper. ---- Regular CATALOGUES issued, please e-mail for a FREE copy, they include - ( History - Topography - Genealogy - Natural History - Biography - Mining - Dialect - Language - etc. ) ---- (Book ref. UK72-3299) £24.00
IRON AGE COMMUNITIES IN BRITAIN. An account of England, Scotland and Wales from the seventeenth century BC until the Roman conquest.
Second edition, Routledge & Kegan, London: 1978. Plates, diagrams, maps, plans, xviii + 438pp, 4to, dustwrapper. ---- Regular CATALOGUES issued, please e-mail for a FREE copy, they include - ( History - Topography - Genealogy - Natural History - Biography - Mining - Dialect - Language - etc. ) - --- (Book ref. UK72-3130) £15.00