By John A. Davies,Angela Riley,Jean-Marie Levesque ,Charlotte Lapiche
This paintings is the results of a convention held at Norwich fortress in 2012, which used to be a part of a collaboration among pros within the fields of archaeology, structure, museums and historical past, less than the banner of the Norman Connections Project.
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Castles and the Anglo-Norman World by John A. Davies,Angela Riley,Jean-Marie Levesque ,Charlotte Lapiche