Canterbury

Canterbury

A Medieval City

eBook - 2010
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Between the Celtic tribe of the Iron Age - the Cantiaci - and the twenty-first-century inhabitants of Canterbury, three millenia stand during which the city has been enjoying unparalleled fame, particularly since it became the religious heart of the country in 597 AD. While ambling through the streets of modern Canterbuy, one is able to - if careful enough to do so - get the feel of the medieval city. There must be reasons for that enduring impact of the past and it might be because of the ov ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2010
ISBN: 9781443826082
1443826081
9786613141811
661314181X
1283141817
9781283141819
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 230 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Royer-Hemet, Catherine

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