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History of England in 100 Places : From Stonehenge to the Gherkin -- Paperback: Norwich, John Julius: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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History of England in 100 Places : From Stonehenge to the Gherkin -- Paperback
History of England in 100 Places : From Stonehenge to the Gherkin -- Paperback
出版年月 : 2012/05
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781848546097

BookWeb価格 : THB 556.00
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Table of Contents
 
Preface                                            xi
        List of Counties                           xiii
        Maps                                       xvii
  PREHISTORIC ENGLAND
    1 Stonehenge, Wiltshire                        5   (4)
    2 Flag Fen, Cambridgeshire                     9   (10)
  ROMAN ENGLAND
    3 Roman Walls of Colchester, Essex             19  (4)
    4 Chedworth Roman Villa, Gloucestershire       23  (3)
    5 Fort of Housesteads, Hadrian's Wall,         26  (11)
    Northumberland
  ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND
    6 Sutton Hoo, Suffolk                          37  (4)
    7 Lindisfarne, Northumberland                  41  (4)
    8 St Peter on the Wall,                        45  (4)
    Bradwell-juxta-Mare, Essex
    9 Offa's Dyke, Herefordshire                   49  (10)
  NORMAN ENGLAND
    10 Battle Abbey, East Sussex                   59  (4)
    11 Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire             63  (4)
    12 Appleby Castle, Cumbria                     67  (10)
  MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
    13 Canterbury Cathedral, Kent                  77  (4)
    14 Runnymede, Surrey                           81  (4)
    15 Merton College, Oxford                      85  (5)
    16 Stained-Glass Window, Church of St          90  (4)
    Lawrence, Evesham, Worcestershire
    17 Middle Temple, London                       94  (4)
    18 Great Coxwell Tithe Barn, Oxfordshire       98  (3)
    19 Ightham Mote, Kent                          101 (4)
    20 Merchant Adventurers' Hall, York            105 (4)
    21 Fobbing, Essex                              109 (4)
    22 Eton College Chapel, Berkshire              113 (4)
    23 Bodiam Castle, East Sussex                  117 (4)
    24 Wool Hall, Lavenham, Suffolk                121 (4)
    25 Courthouse, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire   125 (4)
    26 Towton Cross, Yorkshire                     129 (4)
    27 Tower of London                             133 (10)
  TUDOR ENGLAND
    28 Hampton Court, Surrey                       143 (4)
    29 Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire                  147 (4)
    30 Launceston Castle, Cornwall                 151 (4)
    31 Martyrs' Memorial, Bury St Edmunds,         155 (4)
    Suffolk
    32 Wingfield Manor, Derbyshire                 159 (4)
    33 Buckland Abbey, Devon                       163 (4)
    34 Globe Theatre, London                       167 (4)
    35 Raleigh Monument, East Budleigh, Devon      171 (10)
  STUART ENGLAND
    36 Coughton Court, Warwickshire                181 (4)
    37 Battlefield of Naseby, Northamptonshire     185 (4)
    38 Banqueting House, London                    189 (4)
    39 St Bartholomew's Hospital, London           193 (4)
    40 Oliver Cromwell's House, Ely,               197 (4)
    Cambridgeshire
    41 Eyam, Derbyshire                            201 (4)
    42 Milton's Cottage, Chalfont St Giles,        205 (4)
    Buckinghamshire
    43 Apple Tree, Woolsthorpe Manor,              209 (4)
    Lincolnshire
    44 St Paul's from the Monument, London         213 (4)
    45 Prime Meridian, Greenwich                   217 (4)
    46 Great Hall, Taunton Castle, Somerset        221 (4)
    47 Brixham Quay, Devon                         225 (5)
    48 Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire                230 (11)
  GEORGIAN ENGLAND
    49 Pump Room, Bath                             241 (4)
    50 Ironbridge, Shropshire                      245 (4)
    51 Houghton Hall, Norfolk                      249 (4)
    52 New Room, Bristol                           253 (4)
    53 Brick Lane Mosque, London                   257 (5)
    54 Statue Gallery, Newby Hall, Yorkshire       262 (4)
    55 Etruria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent,               266 (4)
    Staffordshire
    56 Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby,       270 (5)
    Yorkshire
    57 Soho House, Birmingham, West Midlands       275 (4)
    58 Cromford Mill, Derbyshire                   279 (4)
    59 Temple of Vaccinia, Gloucestershire         283 (4)
    60 Caen Hill Locks, Devizes, Wiltshire         287 (4)
    61 Kew Palace, Surrey                          291 (4)
    62 Coke Monument, Holkham, Norfolk             295 (4)
    63 Dove Cottage, Grasmere, Cumbria             299 (4)
    64 The Quarterdeck, HMS Victory,               303 (4)
    Portsmouth, Hampshire
    65 Wilberforce House Museum, Hull, Yorkshire   307 (4)
    66 Peterloo Plaque, Manchester                 311 (4)
    67 Brighton Pavilion, East Sussex              315 (5)
    68 Old Sarum, Wiltshire                        320 (4)
    69 Tolpuddle Martyrs' Tree, Tolpuddle,         324 (4)
    Dorset
    70 Copenhagen's Grave, Stratfield Saye         328 (4)
    House, Hampshire
    71 Box Tunnel, Wiltshire                       332 (11)
  VICTORIAN ENGLAND
    72 Albert Memorial, London                     343 (4)
    73 Deene Park, Northamptonshire                347 (4)
    74 Mary Seacole Plaque, Soho Square, London    351 (4)
    75 Study, Down House, Kent                     355 (4)
    76 HMS Warrior, Portsmouth, Hampshire          359 (4)
    77 Cragside, Northumberland                    363 (4)
    78 Stanley Grove School, Manchester            367 (4)
    79 North Pier, Blackpool, Lancashire           371 (4)
    80 Osborne House, Isle of Wight                375 (4)
    81 Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton,             379 (4)
    Staffordshire
    82 Sir Richard Burton's Tomb, Mortlake,        383 (10)
    Surrey
  TWENTIETH-CENTURY ENGLAND
    83 Lizard Marconi Wireless Station, Cornwall   393 (4)
    84 Bateman's, East Sussex                      397 (5)
    85 British Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire   402 (5)
    86 Tattenham Corner, Epsom Downs               407 (4)
    Racecourse, Surrey
    87 War Memorial, Lowdham, Nottinghamshire      411 (4)
    88 Jarrow Crusade Memorial, Tyne and Wear      415 (4)
    89 Fort Belvedere, Windsor, Berkshire          419 (4)
    90 Hangar, Heston, Middlesex                   423 (4)
    91 Churchill War Rooms, London                 427 (4)
    92 Coventry Cathedral, West Midlands           431 (4)
    93 Hut 8, Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire      435 (4)
    94 Watford Gap Motorway Service Area,          439 (4)
    Northamptonshire
    95 20 Forthlin Road and Mendips, 251           443 (4)
    Menlove Avenue, Liverpool
    96 Thatcher Plaque, Grantham, Lincolnshire     447 (4)
    97 Greenham Common, Newbury, Berkshire         451 (4)
    98 National Theatre, London                    455 (4)
    99 The Mouth of the Channel Tunnel,            459 (4)
    Folkestone, Kent
    100 The Gherkin, London                        463 (6)
Epilogue                                           469 (4)
Kings and Queens of England                        473 (4)
Acknowledgements                                   477 (1)
Illustration Credits                               477 (2)
Index                                              479
 

From battlefield to sacred building, from castle to cottage, from the Bridgwater Canal to Blackpool Pier, acclaimed historian John Julius Norwich tells the political, cultural, social, religious and economic story of England through one hundred key places you can still visit today. Part narrative history, part exploration of our national heritage, his wide-ranging selection of sites will stimulate, entertain, inform - and certainly provoke - a debate about the most significant moments in English history.