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ISBN13:9780460022286. Release Date:April 1981.
Richard Trevor Rowley FSA (born 25 May 1942) is an English landscape historian and archaeologist known for his work on the Welsh Marches, Oxfordshire and the medieval landscape. He was a founder fellow of Kellogg College (1990) and is now dean of degrees and emeritus fellow of Kellogg College. He was educated at the Priory Grammar School, Shrewsbury (1953-1960), University College London (1960-1963) and Linacre College, Oxford (1964-1966).
Find nearly any book by Trevor Rowley. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Villages in the Landscape (Archaeology in the field series): ISBN 9780460041669 (978-0-460-04166-9) Hardcover, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, 1978. Villages in the Landscape (Country Heritage): ISBN 9781857973419 (978-1-85797-341-9) Softcover, Orion mass market paperback, 1994.
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In this eye-opening book, Trevor Rowley shows vividly what changed and wh. The English landscape changed more radically in the twentieth century than it had over the previous thousand years.
In this eye-opening book, Trevor Rowley shows vividly what changed and why. The countryside, now a dormitory or holiday destination, employed less than one percent of the population by 2000. In contrast, cities and towns, dominated by the megalopolis of London, expanded massively. In this eye-opening book, Trevor Rowley shows vividly what changed and why.
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Similar villages in south-east Scotland were perhaps the work of Anglian settlers. Rowley, . Villages in the Landscape, rev. edn. In Wales royal estate centres had a similar nucleus of hall and church, with the houses of estate workers nearby. See medieval land-holding in Wales). Some architects produced pattern books of suitable designs, for example John Wood the Younger of Bath (see below. Even if a landowner did not remodel a village in one fell swoop, he might rebuild several houses in the same style at the same time. A pub named after a particular family or their coat of arms is generally a clue to their landlord status.
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