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by Michael Jacobson

  • Author: Michael Jacobson
  • ISBN: 0733615953
  • ISBN13: 978-0733615955
  • ePub: 1978 kb | FB2: 1964 kb
  • Publisher: HodderHeadline (2002)
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Windmill Hill ePub download

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Two published novels (Windmill Hill, 2002, Always East, 2004).

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780733615955. Release Date:January 2002.

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A value presented in the novel would be, the reality of ageing.

Windmill Hill is a Neolithic causewayed enclosure in the English county of Wiltshire, part of the Avebury World Heritage Site, about 1 mile (2 km) northwest of Avebury. Enclosing an area of 21 acres (. ha), it is the largest known causewayed enclosure in Britain. The site was first occupied around 3800 BC, although the only evidence is a series of pits apparently dug by an agrarian society using Hembury pottery.

The Rothschild Foundation at Windmill Hill continues the grand tradition of Rothschild architectural patronage in the Vale of Aylesbury

The Rothschild Foundation at Windmill Hill continues the grand tradition of Rothschild architectural patronage in the Vale of Aylesbury. With spectacular views, an old dairy farm has inspired a place to enjoy cutting-edge art and architecture, as well as providing spaces for the Waddesdon Archive, offices and performances. A growing collection of modern and contemporary art complements the building and its environment. In the courtyard, Angus Fairhurst’s brooding gorilla sculptures contrast with Michael Craig-Martin’s colourful umbrellas – a humorous reference to the unpredictability of the British skies overhead. Visitors are welcome to explore the courtyard on foot.