Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

An Historical Atlas of Suffolk

Currently unavailable however second hand copies can be found online.

Edited by David Dymond and Edward Martin 

Suffolk County Council 1999 (3rd edition)

A4, 244 pages, many illustrations in colour and monochrome

ISBN 0 86055 252 7 (hardback); ISBN 0 86055 253 5 (paperback) 

The 86 map sections in this revised and expanded edition of the Historical Atlas, compiled by 39 of the county's leading scholars, provide an authoritative yet accessible guide to the geology, archaeology, history and buildings of Suffolk. With a coverage from early prehistory through to the twentieth century, this is an indispensable source of information about Suffolk's past.

Click here to view the contents and list of contributors

Click here to view the index to the book

Click here to view some sample pages and maps


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