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Castles, town defences and artillery fortifications in Britain and Ireland: a bibliography - Volume 3

John R Kenyon

CBA Research Report No 72 (1990)

ISBN 1 872414 01 X


Abstract

Title page of report 72

Volume one of this Bibliography published as CBA Research Report 25, primarily concentrated on material published between 1945 and 1977, with the second volume (Research Report 53) covering the years 1977-82, although the Irish section, included for the first time, went back to 1945. This third volume lists books and articles that have been published in the period 1983 to the end of 1989, although there is also a small amount of material which should have been included in the first two volumes.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • Contents (pp iii-iv)
  • Introduction (pp 1-13)
  • Acknowledgements (p 14)
  • Abbreviations (p 14)
  • The bibliography (pp 15)
  • Corrections to the Bibliography volumes 1 and 2 (p 15)
  • (a) Books and pamphlets (pp 16-18)
  • (b) Periodical articles (pp 18-21)
  • (c) Miscellaneous (pp 21-23)
  • ENGLAND (pp 24-53)
    • Avon (p 24)
    • Bedfordshire (p 25)
    • Buckinghamshire (p 25)
    • Cambridgeshire (p 25)
    • Cheshire (p 26)
    • Cleveland (p 26)
    • Cornwall (p 27)
    • Cumbria (p 28)
    • Derbyshire (p 28)
    • Devon (p 28)
    • Dorset (p 30)
    • Durham (p 31)
    • Essex (p 31)
    • Gloucestershire (p 33)
    • Greater London (p 34)
    • Greater Manchester (p 35)
    • Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (p 35)
    • Hereford and Worcester (p 37)
    • Hertfordshire (p 38)
    • Humberside (p 38)
    • Kent (p 39)
    • Lancashire (p 41)
    • Leicestershire (p 41)
    • Lincolnshire (p 41)
    • Merseyside (p 42)
    • Norfolk (p 42)
    • Northamptonshire (p 43)
    • Northumberland (p 43)
    • Nottinghamshire (p 44)
    • Oxfordshire (p 44)
    • Shropshire (p 45)
    • Somerset (p 45)
    • Staffordshire (p 46)
    • Suffolk (p 46)
    • Surrey (p 47)
    • Sussex (p 47)
    • East Sussex (p 48)
    • West Sussex (p 49)
    • Tyne and Wear (p 49)
    • Warwickshire (p 50)
    • West Midlands (p 50)
    • Wiltshire (p 51)
    • Yorkshire (p 51)
    • North Yorkshire (p 51)
    • South Yorkshire (p 52)
    • West Yorkshire (p 52)
  • WALES (pp 53-73)
    • Clwyd (p 53)
    • Dyfed (p 54)
    • Glamorgan (p 56)
    • Mid Glamorgan (p 56)
    • South Glamorgan (p 57)
    • West Glamorgan (p 58)
    • Gwent (p 59)
    • Gwynedd (p 60)
    • Powys (p 61)
  • SCOTLAND (pp 64-73)
    • Borders (p 64)
    • Central (p 65)
    • Dumfries and Galloway (p 65)
    • Fife (p 66)
    • Grampian (p 67)
    • Highland (p 68)
    • Lothian (p 69)
    • Orkney (p 70)
    • Shetland (p 70)
    • Strathclyde (p 70)
    • Tayside (p 73)
  • ISLE OF MAN (pp 74-75)
  • SCILLY ISLES (p 75)
  • CHANNEL ISLANDS (pp 75-77)
    • Alderney (p 75)
    • Guernsey (p 76)
    • Jersey (p 77)
  • IRELAND (pp 77-88)
    • Antrim (p 77)
    • Armagh (p 77)
    • Carlow (p 77)
    • Caven (p 77)
    • Clare (p 78)
    • Cork (p 78)
    • Donegal (p 79)
    • Down (p 80)
    • Dublin (p 80)
    • Fermanagh (p 81)
    • Galway (p 81)
    • Kerry (p 82)
    • Kildare (p 83)
    • Kilkenny (p 83)
    • Laois (p 83)
    • Leitrim (p 84)
    • Limerick (p 84)
    • Londonderry (p 84)
    • Louth (p 84)
    • Mayo (p 85)
    • Meath (p 85)
    • Monaghan (p 85)
    • Offaly (p 85)
    • Roscommon (p 86)
    • Sligo (p 86)
    • Tipperay (p 86)
    • Tyrone (p 87)
    • Waterford (p 87)
    • Westmeath (p 88)
    • Wexford (p 88)
    • Wicklow (p 88)

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