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    F.W. Fison's "Ilkley Moor - Its Prehistoric Rock Art" reprinted

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    Paulus

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    F.W. Fison's "Ilkley Moor - Its Prehistoric Rock Art" reprinted

    Post  Paulus on Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:38 pm

    To those interested in the early historical evaluation of Ilkley Moor, this rare short work has just been reprinted. First published in 1882 as The Work of a Country Scientific Club, with Some Notes on Local Antiquities, this short, rare work was the result of a lecture given by Fred Fison to an audience of fellow scientists and antiquarians in the latter half of the 19th century. 24 pages long, at £3.50 freepost, here:

    http://uk.ebid.net/for-sale/ilkley-moor-its-prehistoric-rock-art-ancient-remains-f-w-fison-64069530.htm

    There's also a Kindle version of the text available via Amazon.

    More to follow in the coming weeks.

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