The author explores Yorkshire’s medieval urban heritage, examining subjects such as the dominating presence of the church, architecture, housing, trade and public health. The book is atractively illustrated with numerous black and white photographs and line drawings.
The pictorial card covers are in near fine condition, clean and fresh, with only very superficial flaws.
The binding is very tight.
Inside, the content is clean and in fine condition.
Medieval Yorkshire Towns: People, Buildings and Spaces
- Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 1998
- ISBN 1853312428
- First edition
- 7.5 x 9.5 in.
- 212 pages