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Guidebook: Tintagel Castle

Guidebook: Tintagel Castle

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Overview

With its spectacular setting on a windswept Cornish headland, Tintagel Castle is one of England’s most dramatic sites, combining history and legend. Associated with myths of King Arthur since the Middle Ages, the story of the site actually begins in the fifth to seventh centuries when Dark Age people built a thriving settlement here with trade links to the Mediterranean and beyond. Remains of this Dark Age settlement lie around those of the 13th-century castle built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, brother of King Henry III.

This revised guidebook includes a full tour and history of the site, includes new reconstruction drawings of the medieval and Dark Age remains, and reflects new research into Tintagel’s Dark Age trading networks.

Key Features:

  • 40 pages
  • Paperback
  • Published in 2016

 


Size: Approx. 210 mm (w) x 285 mm (h)
Author: Colleen E Batey
ISBN: 9781910907061

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