This selection of work by Professor Charles Thomas, Cornwall's leading historian, focuses on the more elusive titles from his long and illustrious career and covers the whole range of his output from folklore and archaeology to military and local history, and from cerealogy to cryptozoology. The book also includes unpublished material, as well as specially composed introductions to each chapter, a full biography and a select bibliography. Professor Charles Thomas CBE DL DLitt FBA FSA is a former President of the Council for British Archaeology, the Society for Medieval Archaeology, the Royal Institution of Cornwall, the Cornwall Archaeological Society and the Cornish Methodist Historical Society. He is currently the President of The John Harris Society. Edited by Chris Bond.Kenneth Hudsona#39;s A Social History of Archaeology is a good book, from a skilled pen, and the integrated illustrations are superb.5 It is in effect a romp through the history of British archaeologistsaworking overseas, notably in Egypt and theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Gathering the Fragments|
|Publisher||:||The Cornovia Press - 2013-03-14|