5 edition of Spain, 1001 sights found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Spain, one thousand one sights., Spain, one thousand and one sights.|
|Statement||James M. Anderson.|
|LC Classifications||DP14 .A73 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||92240561|
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Spain: Sights is a unique historical and archaeological guidebook to Spain which introduces the traveller to the very foundations of the modern state from the earliest period down to medieval Moslem and Christian societies.
With its broad scope, classification of monuments and integrated site-based history, the reader is guided to in situ 5/5(2). Spain, Sights: An Archaeological and Historical Guide is a unique historical and archaeological guidebook to Spain introduces the reader and traveller to the very foundations of the modern state from the earliest period down to medieval Moslem and Christian societies.
With its broad scope, classification of monuments and integrated site-based history, the reader is guided to in situ. Spain: Sights is not a regular book on Archaeology, but a guide through the historical and archaeological heritage of this guide you will find a large variety of cave paintings, dolmens and menhirs, Iberian and Celtic villages, Roman monuments and villas, churches and monasteries.
This list of monuments includes those already known by the general public, but also those. Book Description: Spain, Sights: An Archaeological and Historical Guide is a unique historical and archaeological guidebook to Spain introduces the reader and traveller to the very foundations of the modern state from the earliest period down to medieval Moslem and Christian societies.
With its broad scope, classification of monuments and. Get this from a library. Spain, sights: an archaeological and historical guide.
[James Maxwell Anderson]. Spain, Sights: An Archaeological and Historical Guide. by James M. Anderson. Write a review. This isn't a book of Archeology: is a practical guide of the archeological sites in Spain form Stone Age to the Arab invasion. As Spain I think still has many unexplored sites, the author indicates those yet known though many times almost 5/5.
Spain, Sights is not s not a regular book a unique journey to the roots of Spanish history while discovering hidden places throughout the Iberian geography.
—Lidia. Book preview. Download PDF; Portugal, Sights: An Archaeological and Historical Guide is for the traveller/reader who wants to learn more about Portugal in its historical context. Use it as a field manual to see all you can of the ancient heritage and as a handy reference if you cannot visit the sites but wish to know more of what Portugal.
As a guide and resource person, Anderson has designed and accompanied numerous adult-education tours to European countries. He authored Spain: Sights and co-authored Portugal: Sights with M. Sheridan Lea, both for the University of Calgary Press.
Sheridan Lea has a B.A. in French and an M.A. in historical linguistics. She lived and. Buy the Paperback Book France, Sights: An Archaeological and Historical Guide by James M. Anderson atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.
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