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By Hadrian Cook
Inter-disciplinary study of the history of the New Forest, analysing the origins of the legal Royal Hunting Forest, the various legal systems of the Middle Ages that came to bear on the landscape how governance changes have shaped the appearance and management of the area.
By Doug Kennedy
A stunning depiction of Yorkshire, containing over 100 pages of photography capturing classic Yorkshire landscapes, villages and towns, with text illuminating the history, geography and ecology of the area.
By Dianne Barre
Lavishly illustrated study of nearly 100 gardens in Derbyshire from the fabulously wealthy stately home to the smallest hidden delights; considers the importance of gardens in Derbyshire Spa towns; discusses the role of inherited and new wealth of the industrial revolution on the design of both private estates and public...
Describes the creation of a new, digital version of an important county map that throws important new light on Hertfordshire's landscape and society in the middle decades of the eighteenth century when it was produced, and in more remote periods
First comprehensive study on the history of trees in Britain's towns and cities and the people who have planted and cared for them
Caroline Wickham-Jones provides a highly readable and informative overview of Orkney's archaeological heritage, illustrated with beautiful photography.
By David Austin
Cipieres, in the Alpes-Maritimes, is a French upland landscape rich in archaeology and distinctive in its topography.