The Fortifications of Hull between 1321 and 1864

Dave Evans, Humber Archaeology Partnership, 2018

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Evans, D. (2018) Excavations at the Beverley Gate, and other parts of the town defences of Kingston-upon-Hull. Humber Archaeology Partnership: Hull. PDF 21 Mb