2 edition of Early man in north-east Yorkshire found in the catalog.
Early man in north-east Yorkshire
Bibliography: p. 237-245.
|Statement||by Frank Elgee ...|
|LC Classifications||GN806.Y6 E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 259 p.|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||32007579|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elgee, Frank. Early man in north-east Yorkshire. Gloucester, Printed for the author by T.
Bellows, Early Man in North-East Yorkshire [F Early man in north-east Yorkshire book on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Frank Watson Elgee (8 November in Ormesby, Early man in north-east Yorkshire book – 7 August in Alton, Hampshire, England) was a published archaeologist, geologist and naturalist who wrote several books on the North York Moors such as The Moorlands of North-Eastern Yorkshire (), The Romans in Cleveland () and Early Man in North East Yorkshire ().
In Leeds University conferred on him an. Book- VG, rebound, gilt titles on spine, green boards. 11x pp. Frontis, 29 b/w plates, 67 b/w illus. Ex-libris. This well-illustrated volume surveys the archaeology of North-east Yorkshire, one of the great prehistoric regions of England.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Yorkshire (/ ˈ j ɔːr k ʃ ər,-ʃ ɪər /; abbreviated Yorks), formally known as the County of York, is a historic county of Northern England and the largest in the United Kingdom.
Due to its great size in comparison to other English counties, functions have been undertaken over time by its subdivisions, which have also been subject to periodic reform. Chapman code: YKS. I've got a spare copy of Frank Elgee's classic book, Early Man in North-east Yorkshire (John Bellows: Gloucester) for sale.
It's a large format book (4to), A4 in size. It's a bit worn and half the spine's Early man in north-east Yorkshire book, plus the covers are faded to front and back, but Early man in north-east Yorkshire book of the pages are loose and all the plates are there.
prehistory has been studied intensively by Frank Elgee, whose book, Early man in north-east Yorkshire book Man in North-East Yorkshire (), is still a classic regional study, and must even today provide a basis for the student of the area.
A point stressed by Elgee was the fundamental difference between the Limestone Hills and the moorland which covers much of the area. The. prehistory has been studied intensively by Frank Elgee, whose book, Early Man in North-East Yorkshire (i93o), is still a classic regional study, and must even today provide a basis for the student of the area.
Early man in north-east Yorkshire book A point stressed by Elgee was the fundamental difference between the. early man in north-east yorkshire by frank elgee, sigend and dustwrapped - Auction Details Antiquarian & Collectors Book Sale to Include The Dr Adam Watson Library.
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Early Man in North-East Yorkshire. This copy of Yorkshire Early man in north-east Yorkshire book and geologist Frank Elgee's work belonged to the famous Leeds engineering family, the Kitson Clarks.
The volume was given to Edwin by his daughter, Mary (the future archaeologist, ) as a Christmas present. (YAS ). The West Riding records have already been thoroughly surveyed (in part by the late Dr. Barbara Palmer, who was the original REED editor for West Yorkshire), but the material has still to be checked and edited.
Entries relate to eighteen parishes, but most of the records reflect dramatic activity in major households, boroughs and religious houses.
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