11 edition of The English urban landscape found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 342-345) and index.
|Statement||edited by Philip Waller.|
|Contributions||Waller, P. J.|
|LC Classifications||HT133 .E55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||00699678|
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In 'The Clearing of the Woodlands', The English urban landscape book argues that before the 15th century England must have looked like one great forest, but most of the woods were cleared for arable or pasture in the 12th and 13th centuries. Soon afterwards, a much more widespread transport network transformed the English landscape: the railways. In return, all kinds of goods were brought back especially from the Netherlands: luxury textiles, fine-quality linen, silk, miscellaneous manufactures which were not made in England, pins for example. Paradoxically, the European Union with its earlier espousal of the concept of subsidiarity — that is to say, that all decisions should be taken at the smallest strategic level possible to be both acted upon and effective — did provide a model for a more devolved democracy, even if never fulfilled.
Early in his career, Repton defended Brown's reputation during the 'picturesque controversy'. With your intuitive choice of abstract techniques, paper collage and mark makings and the choice of photos and sketching you will come to your own version of the world. The dictionary is intended for use by landscape architects, urban planners, nature conservationists, and environmentalists, working in planning practices, authorities both local and governmentresearch and educational institutes. This means that they can humidify the air and cool it - a property which can be exploited to improve the local climate. There were local market areas based on a small market town linking together the activities of the villagers within particular countries.
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You get flows of raw materials. Any town could have a role in distributing goods over the longer distance, but some had a particularly important role and they were of greater than sub-regional significance.
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So here we are in Kibworth Harcourt; people who had different things to sell on any given day of the week virtually could go out to a market town nearby and in turn people were coming in from other villages to those market towns on different market days.
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Even I can now draw a sketch of buildings and townscapes. Where Niven differs from those who want to see a new kind of English radical project, is that he is determined to drive a stake into the heart of England before it is re-invented as a nationalist enclave. So to understand all of that one needs to look at these connections and the flows which linked local societies together into the national whole.
The book trade, based in London of course, depended upon imports The English urban landscape book paper from the Netherlands and then there were all sorts of groceries, olive oil, fruit, spices, sugar, wine.
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Bristol also drew apprentices from Wales and from the southwest of England. Hoskins describes how England was settled with Anglo-Saxon people between c. Physical geography goes only The English urban landscape book far in explaining all this variation.
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