Gloucester: Recreating the Past (Paperback)
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Gloucester: Recreating the Past (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 10/09/2021
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If you stand today in the middle of Gloucester you’re standing above two thousand years of accumulated history. Beneath your feet is a Roman fortress, a proud colonial city, a Saxon royal centre, a prosperous medieval market town, a Roundhead bastion and an expanding Victorian industrial hub.

Over the last 50 years, local artist and historian Philip Moss has been recreating those Gloucesters of the past in a series of beautiful and well researched reconstruction drawings and paintings. In Gloucester: Recreating the Past, the complete body of Philip’s work has been collected together for the first time, and is presented alongside original photographs and drawings from archaeological excavations to tell the story of Gloucester from its Roman beginnings to the present day.

Publisher: The History Press Ltd
ISBN: 9780750997904
Dimensions: 224 x 245 mm


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