English Coast Defences From Roman Times to the Early Years of the Nineteenth Century
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English Coast Defences From Roman Times to the Early Years of the Nineteenth Century

By George Clinch
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Table of Contents
  • ENGLISH COAST DEFENCES
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • PART I
    • PREHISTORIC CAMPS
    • THE ROMAN INVASION OF BRITAIN
    • THE COUNT OF THE SAXON SHORE
    • ROMAN COAST FORTRESSES
      • 1. Branodunum
      • 2. Gariannonum
      • 3. Othona
      • 4. Regulbium
      • 5. Rutupiae
      • 6. Dubris, Dover
      • 7. Portus Lemanis
      • 8. Anderida (Pevensey)
      • 9. Portus Magnus (Porchester)
      • Other Roman Coast Defences
    • 1. Branodunum
    • 2. Gariannonum
    • 3. Othona
    • 4. Regulbium
    • 5. Rutupiae
    • 6. Dubris, Dover
    • 7. Portus Lemanis
    • 8. Anderida (Pevensey)
    • 9. Portus Magnus (Porchester)
    • Other Roman Coast Defences
  • PART II
    • THE SAXON SETTLEMENT OF ENGLAND
    • DANISH INCURSIONS AND CAMPS
    • THE NORMAN INVASION OF ENGLAND
    • NORMAN COAST CASTLES
  • PART III
    • MEDIAEVAL CASTLES AND WALLED TOWNS ON THE COAST
  • PART IV COAST DEFENCES UNDER HENRY VIII AND LATER
    • DEFENCES ON THE EAST COASTS OF KENT AND SUSSEX
    • DEFENCES OF THE ESTUARIES OF THE THAMES, THE MEDWAY, ETC.
    • DEFENCES OF THE SOUTH COAST
  • PART V MISCELLANEOUS DEFENCES
    • THE NAVY
    • THE CINQUE PORTS
    • DEFENSIVE CHAINS, ETC.
    • THE COASTGUARD
  • INDEX
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • Standard Architectural Books
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