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The last northern outpost of the mighty Roman Empire, Hadrian's Wall runs for 73 miles linking the Solway Firth to the Tyne and the North Sea. Much of the wall built by the Emperor Hadrian in AD117 to keep out the barbarians now forms part of a World Heritage Site. Now Tony Hopkins, the well-known local author and photographer, takes the reader on a photographic exploration of the Wall and its dramatic surrounding countryside.
Many previously unknown aspects of the Wall are revealed in the 140 sparkling images which make up the book, showing Hadrian's defensive masterpiece in entirely new and often unexpected lights.
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Tony Hopkins has written and illustrated many books on the area, including 'The Cheviot Hills', 'Moods of The Northumberland Coast' and 'Northumbria - True to the Land'. He was formerly Head of Visitor Services for the Northumberland National Park, and lives in Hexham.
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Book Description Halsgrove, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1841143685