By Geoffrey Parnell, Ivan Lapper
The Tower of London is among the most famed and well-visited landmarks on the earth, with a desirable background dropped at existence in a uniquely visible manner for the 1st time via this gorgeous e-book. 14 specifically commissioned work via the well known historic reconstruction artist, Ivan Lapper convey the Tower from its earliest pre-Roman days, correct as much as the beginning of this new millennium. a desirable and interesting narrative by way of the reputable Keeper of Tower historical past, Geoffrey Parnell, brings the points of interest, sounds, occasions and characters of the previous to existence.
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The Tower of London -A 2000 Year History by Geoffrey Parnell, Ivan Lapper