London Wall through eighteen centuries

a history of the ancient town wall of the city of London, with a survey of the existing remains. Joint authors: Walter G. Bell, F. Cottrill, [and] Charles Spon. Including 8 original drawings by A.A. Moore.
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Council for Tower Hill Improvement , London
Walls, Roman -- Great Britain, London (England) -- Walls, London (England) -- Antiquities,
ContributionsCottrill, Frank, Spon, Charles
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LC ClassificationsDA677.1 B33
The Physical Object
Pagination124p.
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Open LibraryOL20491247M

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