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Journal of The Royal Institution of Cornwall Volume XIX Part 1.-1912 Some Possible Arthurian Place Names in West Penwith, Index to Cornish Transcripts at Exeter and Bodmin , Antiquities at Lewannick, Cornwall (illustrated) Prehistoric Earthworks of unknown origin near Boscastle illustrated  Original 1912 Publication by  Cornelius E. Cardew  Jasper Nichols - Paperback - First Cornish Edition - 1912 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books (SKU: 11104)

Journal of The Royal Institution of Cornwall Volume XIX Part 1.-1912 Some Possible Arthurian Place Names in West Penwith, Index to Cornish Transcripts at Exeter and Bodmin , Antiquities at Lewannick, Cornwall (illustrated) Prehistoric Earthworks of unknown origin near Boscastle illustrated Original 1912 Publication

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Journal of The Royal Institution of Cornwall Volume XIX Part 1.-1912 Some Possible Arthurian Place Names in West Penwith, Index to Cornish Transcripts at Exeter and Bodmin , Antiquities at Lewannick, Cornwall (illustrated) Prehistoric Earthworks of unknown origin near Boscastle illustrated Original 1912 Publication

by Editors Henry Jenner, Frank Nicholls and Henry Dewey, Jasper Nichols, Cornelius E. Cardew

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Very Good+ Original 1912 Academic Cornish Journal Some Possible Arthurian Place Names in West Penwith, Index to Cornish Transcripts at Exeter and Bodmin, Antiquities at Lewannick, Cornwall (illustrated) Prehistoric Earthworks of unknown origin near Boscastle illustrated inscribed stone with possible Ogam More.Tight Clean 142 pp. Illus. NOT a institution copy. Clean free of stamps or writing Three Geese in Flight Celtic and Arthurian studies since 1977 Five star customer service

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Journal of The Royal Institution of Cornwall Volume XIX Part 1.-1912 Some Possible Arthurian Place Names in West Penwith, Index to Cornish Transcripts at Exeter and Bodmin , Antiquities at Lewannick, Cornwall (illustrated) Prehistoric Earthworks of unknown origin near Boscastle illustrated Original 1912 Publication
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Editors Henry Jenner, Frank Nicholls and Henry Dewey, Jasper Nichols, Cornelius E. Cardew
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First Cornish Edition
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Paperback
Publisher
The Royal Institution of Cornwall
Place of Publication
Truro Cornwall
Date published
1912
Keywords
cornish arthur arthurian place-names megalithic cornwall exeter bodmin cornish fossils west penwith tintagel
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Arthurian Legend; Celtic Studies; Medieval and Early Medieval; General /Poetry/Music/Food/Travel/Art/Theatre/Fiction; Cornish/Brittany/Isle Of Man; Megalithic/Goddess/Geomancy; Celtic Christianity;
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