London, Cambridge University Press, 1977 1st edition:
Seller ID: 83371
Two Volumes. Large hardbacks, 12 x 9 inches. Light brown cloth covers with black and gilt labeling to spines, in grey paper dustwrappers with white and black lettering. In very good near fine conditions. With very good dustwrappers (DW’s some minor fading to spine of vol.2. Some rubbing to edges and corners of wrappers. Not price clipped. In protective sleeves.) No penned inscriptions. Pages clean and tight throughout. Else very clean and tight copies. 2 vols.: 358 & 376pp. Illustrations in volume 2, with over 360 pages of B&W figures. View More...
Tall 8vo. In black cloth covers with gilt to spine. With illustrated dustwrapper. Fine in very good dustwrapper (dw; not price clipped). Pencil inscription to front endpaper. Else a very clean and tight copy. 248pp. With diagrams and maps in text. The author writes about ‘The Dark Ages’ in the light of new evidence, on place names and other linguistic evidence, suggesting a degree of social continuity between the Roman and the Saxon periods. View More...
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