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London: The Illustrated History

@inproceedings{Ross2008LondonTI,
  title={London: The Illustrated History},
  author={Cath Ross and John Clark},
  year={2008}
}
Discover which prehistoric mammals would once have lived by the River Thames. Take a detailed look at the crystal palace of the Great Exhibition and an early map of the underground. See the locations of medieval plague pits, Tudor inns, eighteenth-century hangings and gangland crime hotspots. "London: An Illustrated History" offers a new perspective on one of the world's most exciting cities, from Iron Age cemeteries to Victorian sewers, Viking raids to Zeppelin air raids, Roman temples to… 
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