Hadrian’s Wall from the air
The late Prof. Jones spent 20 years taking aerial photographs of Hadrians Wall. Not only do they illustrate the history, development , topography and surviving remains, but they give an entirely new perspective that cannot be appreciated at ground level.
In chapters on the Stanegate frontier, the history and development of the Wall itself, the outposts and coastal defences and a lengthy appendix and bibliography, this is a fascinating and complex history, illuminated by over 120 superb photos and maps.
b&w and colour photographs. Line ill. Maps.