Barnwell, P. S. (2007). The power of Peak Castle:. J Brit Archaeol Ass 160. Vol 160, pp. 20-38.

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The power of Peak Castle:
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cultural contexts and changing perceptions
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J Brit Archaeol Ass 160
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Journal of the British Archaeological Association
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160
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20 - 38
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Following examination of a number of post-medieval perceptions of Peak, or Peveril, Castle in Derbyshire, the topographical setting of the castle is discussed. It is suggested that late-twelfth-century literature can give clues as to the way in which those who built and used the castle in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries might have appreciated the site. Includes
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P S Barnwell
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2007
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Postmedieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Thirteenth Centuries (Auto Detected Temporal)
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URI: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/jba/2007/00000160/00000001/art00003
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13 Dec 2007