`Is archaeology the new rock'n'roll? The increasing popularity of the 'Time Team' programme on Channel 4 has brought the art to the masses and so " England: An Archaeological Guide" comes along at just the right time. This book is pretty much indispensible to anyone interested in the subject, but also allows the beginner to become interested without being patronised. Detailed maps, drawings and photographs simply embellish a near perfect package.' Lincolnshire Today 01/04/2002
`This is an excellent source book for planning your own tour . . .' Sunday Times 24/03/02
`Before setting out on a trip, any serious student of our historic past should arm himself with England: An Archaeological Guide . . . . with a little imagination and this guidebook, the past can be conjured up.' The Lady, 29/01/02
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About the Author
Timothy Darvill is Professor of Archaeology in the School of Conservation Sciences at Bournemouth University. He has served as Chairman of the Institute of Field Archaeologists and a Member of the Council of the National Trust. Jane Timby is a freelance archaeological consultant specializing in later prehistoric, Roman, and Saxon pottery. Paul Stamper is an Inspector of Ancient Monuments for English Heritage.