Roman Britain by Peter Hepplewhite
  

Synopsis

Roman Britain by Peter Hepplewhite

Discover the answers to fascinating questions in these new titles from the History Detective Investigates series. Follow Sherlock Bones on the detective trail and find out more about the past and start a history project of your own.

About the Author

Peter Hepplewhite

Peter Hepplewhite is an ex history teacher who is an education officer at Tyne and Wear Archive Services. He co-wrote Horrible Histories: Awesome Egyptians with Terry Deary and has written non-fiction titles for Wayland, Hodder and Hamlyn. He wrote two of the books in the series A World in Flames, about World War II for Macmillan.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Peter Hepplewhite
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Publication date

9th October 2008

ISBN

9780750256117


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