Synopses & Reviews
Through more than 100 photographs, reports from noted archeologists, information culled from researchers, and fascinating period documents, travel through Great Britain to examine archaeological evidence of the English Civil War. This fierce conflagration, which lasted for a decade, pitted the English, Scots, Irish, and Welsh against each other more than 350 years ago. The tragic result: widespread destruction and the death of as many as 85,000 people. History and military buffs will emerge with a new understanding of the period.
A detailed and insightful exploration of the archaeological potential created by the Civil War. Includes an overview of the conflict and a review of 17th century warfare and highlights early work and surveys conducted on Civil War sites.