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Chapter VIII
This webpage reproduces part of
Celtic Britain

by Nora K. Chadwick

published by Frederick A. Praeger
New York
1963

The text and engravings are in the public domain.


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p188 Sources of Illustrations

Acknowledgment for photographs used in the plates is made to the following: Ministry of Works, Photographic Department, London, 2‑5; Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, Edinburgh, 8, 9, 15, 24, 39, 40, 42‑50; Trustees of the British Museum, 20; Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, Aberystwyth, 18, 19, 23, 26, 62; National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, Edinburgh, 27‑32, 55; National Museum of Wales, 10, 33 (the latter photograph by Mr Leslie Alcock); Air Ministry, London, and Committee for Aerial Photography, Cambridge (photographs by J. K. St Joseph, Crown Copyright Reserved), 1, 16, 34, 65‑67; by courtesy of the Manx Museum, 37, 38, 41, 63, 64; the Bodleian Library, Oxford, 6; Professor A. C. O'Dell, Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen (for the photographs taken by permission of Professor O'Dell, as above, and for the photograph taken by Mr Cain from a slide kindly lent by Dr W. Douglas Simpson, after which the line drawing for figure 33 was made); the Iona Community, 56, 57; Dr Harold Taylor, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Keele, 21, 59, 60; Sir Mortimer Wheeler and the Society of Antiquaries, London, 7; Cambridge University Library, 58 (from a photograph by the Earl of Dunraven in Notes on Irish Architecture); Mr Edwin Smith, 25; Mr Charles Woolf, Newquay, 35, 36; J. B. White Ltd, Dundee, 13, 14; John Leng and Co. Ltd, Dundee, 12 (photograph by the late R. M. Adam); Valentine and Sons Ltd, Dundee, 61.

The line drawings, which are from a wide variety of sources, are the work of Mr Michael Langham Rowe of Cambridge, except figures 4, 18, 33, 35, which were drawn by Mr Michael Spink of Thames & Hudson. The maps were drawn by Mr H. A. Shelley of Cambridge.


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